CENTIEL Strengthens its Sales Force with the Addition of Marina Diaz-Lopez01/04/2022
Leading UPS manufacturer, CENTIEL, has further strengthened its sales force to support its growing customer base with the addition of Marina Diaz-Lopez. Marina has been appointed as a new international business development manager with responsibility for growing CENTIEL's presence.
Gerardo Lecuona, co-founder and sales director, CENTIEL commented: “Marina will be a fantastic addition to the team, bringing with her over 23 years of industry experience and a strong technical background. We are delighted to welcome Marina to our global team and introduce her to our partner network. Marina’s background in the UPS sector means that she can offer an excellent level of service and support to our expanding customer base.
Marina Diaz-Lopez, business development manager CENTIEL confirmed: “CENTIEL is an innovative company with a design team that has been at the forefront of UPS development over several decades. Its growth over the past 7 years has been impressive and I am excited to be joining this global brand for the next stage of their expansion.”
Prior to joining CENTIEL, Marina worked for Legrand as an international business development manager for 4-years and AEG group as an international sales manager for 6-years. These roles focused on defining market strategies, achieving business targets, and creating long term relationship with partners and customers. Marina also spent over 7- years for Chloride and 3- years for Siemens as an international sales manager.
CENTIEL is a Swiss-based technology company designing, manufacturing, and delivering industry-leading power protection solutions for critical facilities. Its three-phase true modular UPS, CumulusPower known for its “9 nines” (99.9999999%) system availability and low total cost of ownership through its Maximum Efficiency Management (MEM) and low losses of energy, has now been installed in data centres and comms rooms in over 60 countries across five continents. CumulusPower now protects critical power loads in locations across the world including: the UK, Singapore, Australia, Germany, Spain, the Czech Republic and the Channel Islands.