Power management company Eaton has named Astrid Mozes the chief technology officer for its Hydraulics Group. In this new role, Mozes will report directly to Bill VanArsdale, president, Hydraulics Group.
“Astrid’s technical and market expertise is ideally suited for this role,” said VanArsdale. “This new position is key in our transformation toward commercial excellence. We are excited to have Astrid in this role to drive our goals around innovation and new product development.”
Mozes joined Eaton in 1990 and has held positions in sales, marketing, product management, business development and strategic planning. More recently, she served as president; Europe, Middle East and Africa; Hydraulics; and prior to that as senior vice president and general manager for the Power and Motion Control Division.
Mozes was educated in Sweden at the Royal Institute of Technology and holds a master’s degree in mechanical engineering and machine design. She will be based in Eden Prairie, Minnesota, at the Hydraulics Group headquarters.
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