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Peli appoints Pavel Levshin as EMEA Product Marketing Manager

Posted 9 November 2018 · Add Comment

Peli Products announced that Pavel Levshin has been appointed as the new Product Marketing Manager EMEA, located in the company’s EMEA Headquarters in Barcelona.



“In this new role, Pavel Levshin (above) will be responsible for managing every aspect of Peli Products’ portfolio including go-to-market strategy development, product lifecycle management and driving local adaptations of new product launches in the EMEA region.” said Piero Marigo, Managing Director of Peli Products. “As leaders in our field, we provide a wide range of innovative solutions to support professionals from the most demanding industries. Peli is certain that Pavel will greatly contribute to help us move to the next step of our development trajectory that will encompass a deeper interaction with the EMEA market in terms of product features, competitive mapping and overall strategic direction.”

Prior to joining Peli, Pavel held a variety of sales, business development and product management positions: for the past three years Pavel was with Honeywell Industrial Safety, where he was responsible for Hand Protection/PPE portfolio as Product Marketing Manager; before that, he worked for a number of years for Atlas Copco, first as an Export Sales Manager for Compressor Technique Business and later as a Global Product Line Manager in the Construction Tools Division.

Pavel graduated from Saint-Petersburg State Engineering Institute, where he studied Automatic Control Systems Engineering. He also participated in intensive training programs aimed at Leadership Skills and Strategical Marketing Skills development, together with Six Sigma training where he qualified for Green Belt level.

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