Campbell will lead company M&A and report to CEO
(Greenville, SC — August 15, 2018) Integrated Power Services (IPS), the North American leader in the service, repair and distribution of electric motors, generators and mechanical power transmission components, has named Sam Campbell as Senior Vice President — Mergers & Acquisitions, Business Development.
Campbell joined IPS in 2008 and has held various financial positions, including Vice President of Finance. He holds BS and MS degrees in Accounting from Clemson University and has actively participated in every IPS acquisition, while supporting post-merger integration of acquired business.
“Sam has an advanced understanding of the industrial services market,” said John Zuleger, IPS President and CEO. “His knowledge of the financial, operational and people aspects of running an industrial services business make him ideally suited for his new mission — identify, acquire and integrate great companies that support our acquisition-driven growth strategy.”
Campbell will report directly to the CEO as he builds on the company’s history of acquiring regional and industrial market leaders.
For more information, contact Megan Thompson, IPS Director of Marketing, at 864.451.5636 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Integrated Power Services
Headquartered in Greenville, South Carolina, IPS is the North American leader in the service of electric motors, generators and mechanical power transmission components, with over 5,000 customers across a wide range of capital-intensive industries, including but not limited to power generation (fossil, nuclear, hydro and wind), petrochemical, air separation, oil & gas, metals, underground mining, paper, aggregates and cement. IPS has 28 service centers and field offices across North America, combining industry-specific experience with deep technical resources to keep electric motors and generators running.
IPS services include engineering, in-shop repair, on-site field services, distribution, motor storage programs and contract manufacturing. For more information, visit www.ips.us.