The HUMANETICS GROUP, best known for its automotive crash testing products, announced today that Jeff Lewis has joined the company as Chief Commercial Officer (CCO) reporting to Christopher O’Connor, President and CEO. In this role, he will be responsible for driving the commercial growth across all the Humanetics Group companies.
With over 20 years of experience in advanced engineering and market development, Jeff has extensive experience within the US, European and Asian markets with a proven background in market analysis, strategic business planning and successful execution.
Much of Jeff’s career has been in the test and measurement sector, most recently serving as the Executive Director, Advanced Applications for AVL Test Systems, where he also spent 3 years in Shanghai. He has a multi-functional background across engineering, R&D, business development and customer interactions. He has supplied and led engagements for physical test and measurement product lines, working with engineering leaders around future technology, new product development and launch.
Jeff received his master’s degree in Mechanical Engineering with Management from the University of Edinburgh, Scotland.
Chris O’Connor, President and CEO, commented: “We are pleased to welcome Jeff to the Humanetics family. In his role as CCO of the Humanetics Group, Jeff will expand our global strategy to drive growth into new regions and sectors. We will benefit greatly from Jeff’s experience, building new propositions for clients in Europe, China and the US, as we develop innovative technologies and bring new solutions to our customers.”
Jeff will work across all the Group companies to strengthen and grow relationships with customers, develop strategic partnerships and further enhance relationships with government agencies. His vast experience, combined with the relationships that he has built over his career, will strengthen the company’s efforts worldwide towards future business growth.
About Humanetics Group
The Humanetics Group is a leading provider of crash test systems, CAE simulation models, precision sensors and cutting-edge photonic solutions through its subsidiaries Humanetics, HITEC Sensors, Fibercore and OpTek Systems. The group has over 850 employees across 24 facilities strategically located around the world with the global corporate headquarters located in Farmington Hills, Michigan, USA. Although each company operates as a separate entity, they leverage synergies in their relationships, engineering capabilities, research and business systems to support the group as a whole. The Humanetics Group drives the innovations that protect human potential.