Fulham Appoints Industry Expert Antony Corrie President & CEO

Fulham Appoints Industry Expert Antony Corrie President & CEO

Bob Howard-Anderson named advisor to the lighting supplier’s Board of Directors

HAWTHORNE, CA – Fulham Co., Inc. has announced the appointment of Antony Corrie as President and CEO.  Current President and CEO Bob Howard-Anderson was named an advisor to the company’s Board of Directors.

“The lighting market continues to be incredibly dynamic with significant opportunities and adding a leader with multi-decade experience in the industry is invaluable to Fulham,” said Howard-Anderson. “Antony is a proven leader who can direct Fulham successfully through its next phase of life.”

Prior to joining Fulham, Corrie was President, Worldwide Sales for Harvard Technology, a supplier of energy efficient connected lighting solutions.  He joined Harvard in 2012 after more than 18 years with Future Electronics, including time with its European subsidiary FAI Electronics.  Corrie has a bachelor’s degree in Electrical and Electronic Engineering from The Manchester Metropolitan University.

“Fulham has an incredible customer set, team and history,” said Corrie. “The company is a leader in the fast-growing Exit Emergency market, has an exciting portfolio of award-winning products beginning to ship, and I believe will continue to enhance and grow its market position.  Now in its 25th year, I look forward to leading the company’s next phase.”

Howard-Anderson, who joined Fulham in 2013, has driven the company’s transition from providing primarily Fluorescent, Induction and other legacy technologies to providing an industry-leading portfolio of innovative LED Drivers, Exit/Emergency, and Light Engine products and technologies, which now makeup the majority of Fulham’s sales.  New processes he implemented aid in shortening time-to-market, R&D efficiency as well as expanded the company’s presence in Europe and the Exit/Emergency and emerging Lighting Control markets.

For more information, visit: www.fulham.com

March 27, 2019
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