ABB Lighting announces Guy Esposito as VP of sales for commercial LED lighting
Aug 3rd, 2015
Belvidere, NJ | ABB Lighting, a manufacturer of customizable LED lighting is pleased to announce Guy Esposito has joined the company as its new vice president of sales. Esposito has a long track record of success helping commercial and industrial end users convert outdated lighting systems to more efficient technologies that offer rapid paybacks.
Esposito joins ABB Lighting after three years with Fulham, as VP sales - Energy Solutions. Prior to Fulham, Esposito worked 17 years with GE/Gexpro, rising up through six positions of increasing responsibility. In his 30+ year career in the distribution/lighting industry, Guy has excelled in various market segments, including retail, industrial, government, entertainment and gaming. He has provided lighting materials and design assistance to numerous casino resorts in the U.S., Asia and South America.
“I’m thrilled to bring Guy’s decades of experience and industry relationships to ABB Lighting and to our commercial & industrial customers. Guy will help take ABB Lighting to the next level,” said Greg Murphy, President of ABB Lighting. For more information on ABB Lighting’s products, layouts, and ROI calculators, please visit the company's website.
About ABB Lighting:
ABB Lighting leads in the R&D, manufacturing, customization, and marketing of commercial LED lighting. ABB has over 20 years of lighting experience. It owns its ISO 9001:2000- and ISO 14001:2004-certified factory in Shanghai, as well as a 6,000 sf machine shop in Belvidere, NJ for rapid customization of controls, optics, brackets, and diffusers.
Contact:David Shiller - for ABB Lighting
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