Myers Emergency Power Systems (Myers EPS), a leading designer and manufacturer of backup power solutions, today announced the appointment of John Rimbos as the vice president of sales and marketing. Rimbos will be responsible to lead the development and execution of sales and marketing strategies to drive the company’s continued growth and overall sales.
An effective leader with over 30 years of sales management experience in the electrical and lighting industries, Rimbos excels in strategic planning, team leadership, sales acumen and driving business development and growth. He is proficient in staff management, process streamlining, problem resolution and risk management. Rimbos is a Certified Six Sigma Black Belt.
“John’s demonstrated vision, leadership and valuable knowledge makes him an ideal asset in growing our markets and sales,” said John Daly, chief executive officer, Myers EPS. “He successfully orchestrates multifaceted relationships and work environments with enthusiasm and collaboration. We are pleased to welcome John to our Myers EPS family.”
Prior to joining the Myers EPS team, Rimbos’ extensive experience includes sales management positions at General Electric, Cree, Terralux, Hatch Lighting and Crescent Electric Supply. Most recently, he was the director of national and strategic accounts for the Chicago-based lighting agency KSA Lighting and Controls.
Rimbos received his bachelor’s degree from Northern Illinois University. He will reside in Chicago, Illinois.
For additional information about Myers EPS, please visit: www.myerseps.com.
About Myers Emergency Power Systems (EPS)
Myers EPS is a leading designer and manufacturer of backup power solutions for emergency lighting and uninterrupted power supply systems for the cable, traffic, and rail end markets. Myers EPS’ products include centralized and mini inverters, which supply power to critical end markets during an outage. Headquartered in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, the company is the leader in the centralized emergency lighting inverter segment and is well-positioned for high growth in mini inverters and other segments.