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Vector Announces Appointment of E-Co Products Group CEO

Vector has today announced the appointment of Colin Daly to the position of Chief Executive Officer for E-Co Products Groups Limited, better known as HRV. Colin will be responsible for leading the team to grow the home ventilation, heating, water filter and battery/solar businesses, initially focusing on residential markets.

Colin is a seasoned executive with 30+ years’ experience in business and organisational strategy, innovation, customer service and market growth. Having led businesses in the B2C, B2B and hybrid channels to market across New Zealand, Australia and the UK, he joins Vector from the ASX-listed Bapcor Group where he held the position of COO Bapcor New Zealand and Bapcor Group Strategic Marketing. Directly prior to this he was CEO of Hellaby Holdings Automotive businesses and before that was the Managing Director and CEO of Ideal Electrical Suppliers in New Zealand. He has also led Repco’s Australasian operations.

Colin has a passion and proven track record in building high performing teams, cultural transformation and, developing and executing innovative business strategies leading to significant revenue growth. Colin will take up his new position on 17 September 2018.


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