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Weidmüller USA picks new president and CEO

July 2, 2024
Randy Sadler returns to lead company where he began his career
Weidmüller Group announced May 30 that Randy Sadler has been named as the new president and CEO of Weidmüller USA. In his new position, Sadler will expand the company’s engineering and production footprint in the U.S., and fulfill Weidmüller’s “Made in USA” commitment by bringing smart industrial connectivity and Industry 4.0 solutions closer to U.S. customers.
“We’re pleased to have gained Randy Sadler for this challenging task. He is an experienced executive who knows the company very well,” says Timo Berger, chief sales officer at Weidmüller. “Randy held various positions at Weidmüller from 1985 to 2000. As the person responsible for the U.S. business, he and his team will work to achieve the company’s goals. His many years of management experience and his broad industry expertise offer the best prerequisites for this.”
Sadler began his career at Weidmüller USA, and worked there for 15 years, rising to VP of sales. Most recently, he worked for eight years at Catalytic Combustion Corp., serving as VP of its power emissions group. Before that, he provided selective, catalytic-reduction consulting via his own business, Sadler Environmental Consulting LLC. Previous professional experience included managerial positions in marketing and sales with SCR-Tech LLC and Johnson Matthey Catalysts Plc.
Sadler holds B.S. degree in organizational management from St. Paul’s College in Lawrenceville, Va.
“I’m thrilled to rejoin Weidmüller USA and lead the company forward at this pivotal time for our industry,” adds Sadler. “I have tremendous respect for the company’s legacy of innovating and delivering end-to-end solutions in smart industrial connectivity and automation, and I’m confident that Weidmüller USA is well-positioned to shape the Industry 4.0 revolution with our future-ready products. I look forward to collaborating with the very talented local and global teams to accelerate Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) innovations and create more value for our U.S. customers.”
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