Orion Announces Changes to Management Team

Orion aus dem US-Bundesstaat Wisconsin hat ihren Vorstand neu aufgestellt. Unter der Führung des neuen Chief Executive Officers Mike Altschaefl will das Unternehmen profitabel werden, Kosten reduzieren und den Umsatz mit LED-Produkten wieder kräftiger steigern. Wir veröffentlichen die Mitteilung der Spezialistin für energiesparende Beleuchtungssysteme dazu in englischer Sprache. 

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MANITOWOC, Wis. -- Orion Energy Systems, Inc. (OESX), a leading designer and manufacturer of high-performance, energy efficient LED lighting products, announced that its Board of Directors has restructured Orion’s management team with the directive to focus on achieving profitability while continuing to increase revenues.

As part of this management restructuring, Chief Executive Officer, John Scribante, has left the Company. Current Board Chair, Mike Altschaefl, has assumed the Chief Executive Officer role. Scott Green, current Executive Vice President – Sales, has become Orion’s new Chief Operating Officer, with ongoing primary responsibility for improving the Company’s sales generation. Mike Potts and Marc Meade, both current Executive Vice Presidents, have primary responsibility for substantially reducing Orion’s cost structure and for streamlining operations. Bill Hull remains as Chief Financial Officer.

"We want to thank John for his leadership over the past 4 ½ years and his many contributions to the Company. John led the Company through the successful acquisition of Harris Lighting and navigated us through the transformation from a legacy fluorescent lighting company to a recognized force in the LED market," said Altschaefl.

"The Board will change the near-term focus of Orion’s management team in order to increase the Company’s emphasis on achieving profitability through increased revenue and a reduced cost structure," said Altschaefl.

Although Orion’s fiscal 2017 fourth quarter and year-end financial results are not expected to be materially different than as previously announced on a preliminary basis, in order to allow Orion’s management team to provide investors with more specific details on its goals and objectives for fiscal 2018, Orion’s previously scheduled May 26, 2017 earnings call is being temporarily postponed. A new earnings call date and time will be announced in the near future.
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