22/12/2021

22 December 2021
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Aqua-Hot Announces Corporate Leadership Realignment

Aqua-Hot, an Airxcel brand, has realigned its corporate structure with the creation of four organizational teams and the naming of existing personnel as leaders for each.

Gary Miller has been named Director of Engineering and Manufacturing operations. This new integrated organization will provide a critical alignment between engineering and manufacturing to deliver seamless new product transition to the rate production and enhance design for manufacturability and producibility efforts. 

Mark Davis has been promoted to Business Unit Manager. In this role, he is responsible for leading product development strategies, revenue growth efforts, the execution of sales strategies and developing key partnerships across all market channels. 

Erin Cable has been promoted to Aqua-Hot’s Senior Manager of Supply Chain. Leading the Supply Chain Management Organization team, she continues material procurement, warehouse and supplier relationships, and takes on optimizing supply chain processes including SIOP workflow. 

Geoff Powell will continue to lead the Finance Organization team as Aqua-Hot’s Controller. His responsibilities include finance, benefits and Human Resources. 

“Aqua-Hot has always been known for delivering an exceptional ownership experience by providing high-end climate systems and services,” says Selma Salihagic, Aqua-Hot General Manager. “But we want more. Our restructuring allows for execution with greater speed, efficiency and capabilities in a fast-changing world. Strategic product innovations can now drive Aqua-Hot forward, and our team from operations to call centers to sales is structured and ready for operational excellence.” 

Aqua-Hot Heating Systems is part of the Airxcel family of brands and has manufactured innovative hydronic heating solutions for RVs since 1984. Highly adaptable to a wide range of applications, its products run on diesel, gasoline or propane fuels. www.AquaHot.com.