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Rockwell Automation names senior execs to new posts

Feb. 3, 2011
Rockwell Automation (Milwaukee): Blake Moret is being promoted to senior vice president of the Control Products and Solutions (CP&S) segment and Frank Kulaszewicz is being promoted to senior vice president of the Architecture and Software (A&S) ...
Rockwell Automation (Milwaukee):Blake Moret is being promoted to senior vice president of the Control Products and Solutions (CP&S) segment and Frank Kulaszewicz is being promoted to senior vice president of the Architecture and Software (A&S) segment. Both positions will report to Keith Nosbusch, chairman and CEO of Rockwell Automation. For the last three years, Kulaszewicz has served as vice president and general manager, Control and Visualization Business within A&S. He has worked at Rockwell Automation for over 25 years and has held several key leadership roles in the drive systems and standard drives businesses. Since late 2007, Moret has served as vice president and general manager, Customer Support and Maintenance in CP&S. He has broad global experience working across the company in sales, services and product groups for over 25 years. He also brings a global mindset to the senior leadership team, having served in roles in Europe and Canada

Rockwell made two other appointments. Steve Eisenbrown is now senior vice president, Strategic Development, responsible for global business development, alignment of strategic investments and initiatives as well as the company's multi-year global business process transformation project, and Bob Ruff, most recently senior vice president, CP&S, is president of the company's Asia-Pacific Region. This is one of the fastest growing regions of the company with approximately 30 percent sales growth in fiscal 2010.