Clark named COO of Fairbanks Morse

By Jack Burke22 March 2021

Clark will lead Operations, Engineering, Supply Chain and Program Management departments

Fairbanks Morse named Michael Clark its new chief operating officer.

In his role, Clark will lead the company’s Operations, Engineering, Supply Chain and Program Management departments. He will also be responsible for the company’s Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) initiatives.

Michael Clark

“Michael is a transformational leader dedicated to continuous process improvement,” said Fairbanks Morse CEO George Whittier. “He is extremely proactive in addressing business challenges, building customer relationships and streamlining operations. As we continue expanding, we will leverage Michael’s expertise to deliver on our goal to provide reliable power solutions that support our customer’s mission-critical operations.”

Before joining Fairbanks Morse, Clark served as executive vice president and general manager of Operations at Atkore International Group Inc., a manufacturer and distributor of electrical materials. He also spent a decade with Meggitt, an aerospace, defense and energy equipment manufacturing company based in the United Kingdom, serving as Group vice president of Operations and Director of Operations.

Fairbanks Morse manufactures and services heavy-duty, medium-speed reciprocating engines under the Fairbanks Morse and ALCO brand names.

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