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PB Design announces new managing director and senior leadership team

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PB Design, a leading provider of industrial standby power solutions, has announced key changes to its senior leadership team.

Effective 1 April, Scott Edsall, the company’s former strategy & technical director, has taken on the role of Managing Director. With nearly seven years of experience at PB Design, Edsall has been instrumental in shaping the company’s future strategy, particularly in developing its new modular industrial product line and innovative EV Charging solutions. In his new role, Edsall will lead the team in expanding PB Design’s focus on net zero technologies, addressing pressing global climate challenges.

Mark Crocker, who successfully led PB Design through employee ownership for a decade, stepped down from his position as managing director on 1 April to enjoy an early retirement. Crocker will remain with the business in a Board-level role, providing support and guidance to the new leadership team.

PB Design also welcomed two new members to its senior leadership team. Scott Commons, who has been with the company since 2007, has been appointed as operations manager. Commons brings extensive experience in driving continuous improvement and operational efficiency, having previously served as the company’s QHSE manager & continuous improvement champion.

Sandy Mace joined the senior leadership team as technical manager. With a strong background in technical project management and a keen eye for innovation, Mace will play a crucial role in shaping PB Design’s technical strategy and driving the business forward.

“With these new additions joining Neil Howlett (sales and marketing) and Zach Campbell (finance), we have a senior leadership team that brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to our delivery of innovation and continued success,” said Edsall. “Their collective expertise enables us to capitalise on emerging opportunities and deliver on our business growth strategy.”

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