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Solve Industrial Motion Group Appoints CEO

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Solve Industrial Motion Group, Charlotte, North Carolina, on Monday announced that its board of directors has named Lisa Mitchell as its new CEO.

Mitchell formerly served in two other C-suite positions for the recently formed company.

“Lisa has quickly proven to be a strong leader as the CFO and COO over the last two years. We are confident in her ability to continue the growth and expansion of the Solve platform as CEO,” said Leon Rubinov, senior partner at Incline Equity Partners and a director for Solve.

Mitchell’s past experience includes stops at Tenneco, an automotive components OEM and an aftermarket ride control and emission products manufacturer, and Vallen, a solutions indirect materials and safety services distributor, for a combined total of nearly 30 years. She served in several management and executive roles at both companies.

“I am grateful for this opportunity and look forward to continued collaboration with our customers and sales team to continue growing equity in the Solve brand and our trusted products,” Mitchell said. “We are already seeing the value of creating a single, cohesive brand in the marketplace as we continue finding solutions for our customers and focusing on the customer experience.”

The post Solve Industrial Motion Group Appoints CEO appeared first on Modern Distribution Management.

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