Tripp Lite appoints Darwin Haines as International Business SVP

Darwin Haines
Darwin Haines, SVP International Business, Tripp Lite

Tripp Lite, a manufacturer of IT infrastructure products including power, cooling, rack, cabling and power management solutions, has announced the appointment of Darwin Haines as its new Senior Vice President of International Business.

Haines joined Tripp Lite in 2008 as Vice President of International Business Development. After successfully establishing the brand in the Russia and CIS market, he was promoted to Vice President of Sales for EMEA and Asia. In his new role, he will now take on management responsibility of all Tripp Lite’s International Sales territories, which also include Mexico, Latin America and Canada.

Already active in his new role, Haines has begun to develop new global business strategies. “Our strategic aim for Tripp Lite’s international business is to steadily grow over time by maintaining a sharp focus on key markets and business development priorities, backed by a high level of customer support,” he affirmed. “In leading the broader global effort, I intend to leverage Tripp Lite’s existing international resources, which include strong regional leadership, local offices and training centers, experienced sales and technical teams and a strong network of loyal partners,” Haines continued. “I am honored by the new appointment and look forward to working with our global partners to expand Tripp Lite’s international presence.”

Mr. Haines has nearly 20 years of International Business experience and over 10 years of experience in the technology industry, working with major companies such as Motorola, Actuant and IDEX Corporation. He holds a degree in Engineering and Economics from the U.S. Military Academy and an MBA from the University Of Chicago Booth School Of Business.

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