Joe Vorih named new president of Omega Engineering

Dec 14, 2016

Omega Engineering reported Nov. 9 that it’s appointed Joe Vorih as president of the longtime designer, manufacturer and distributor of process measurement and control products. Vorih’s priority will be to transform Omega from a process sensors supplier into a web-based global partner for complete process measurement and control solutions, including innovative wireless and IIoT-ready offerings.

“Industrial customers today have access to an exponentially-increasing range of new sensing and control technologies,” says Vorih. “With wireless sensing and cloud-based solutions, what wasn’t possible to measure in the past is quickly becoming attractive. With our broad offering of sensing and control products, global technical support and focus on bringing them directly to customers online, Omega is uniquely positioned to be the preferred solutions partner in this exciting market.”

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Vorih most recently served as president of Clarcor Engine Mobile Solutions, which he helped transform to better serve OEMs, and establish sales and manufacturing in India. Previously, Vorih served as senior vice president and chief commercial officer at Stanadyne where he oversaw its shift from an equipment supplier to a technology solutions partner. He started his career with Danaher Corp. and served in leadership roles in Danaher Motion. Vorih holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees in mechanical engineering from MIT and an MBA from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.

“For more than 50 years, Omega has been a brand recognized for quality, customer service and technical support,” adds Vorih. “I’m excited about the possibilities in our future. and honored to have the opportunity to lead a company with Omega’s reputation into another chapter of its growth.”

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