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ABB Appoints Jay Mehta as Rail Sector Manager for the UK

Image Courtesy of ABB
Image Courtesy of ABB

Jay Mehta brings more than 20 years of experience from the energy sector to ABB as he takes up a key position to develop ABBs customer relationships in the fast-evolving rail sector

ABB, the leading power and automation technology group, has appointed Jay Mehta as Rail Sector Manager, a key position within ABBs Front End Sales Team. Jay has more than 20 years experience in the energy sector and during this time has developed relationships with customers and has been instrumental in engaging with client to secure major projects and contracts.

At ABB Jay will be responsible for maintaining and developing relationships with major players in the UKs rail industry, including Network Rail, London Underground, the six Passenger Transport Executives (PTEs) that are responsible for transport in major urban areas outside London, as well as major contractors and transport consultants.

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His pivotal role will call for him to represent the needs and objectives of the UK rail market to ABBs team of global rail specialists, as well as representing ABB at rail industry events.

David Hughes, head of ABBs power products division in the UK said: ABB wishes Jay a warm welcome and we are looking forward to him working as an integral member of the team to develop opportunities in the UKs fast-growing rail industry.

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