Frank Mühlon is not ABB E-mobility CEO anymore. Mühlon will transition into the role of Chief Commercial Officer (CCO) “with immediate effect”, as communicated in an official release by the company. In addition to be appointed interim CEO, Michael Halbherr was reconfirmed as Chairman of the company’s Board of Directors. Furthermore, two new members were appointed to the ABB E-mobility Executive Committee: Daniel Alarcon as Chief Digital Officer (CDO) and Francesco Mennucci as Chief Operations Officer (COO).

ABB E-mobility: management changes announced

As part of its strategy to further increase customer focus, ABB E-mobility will drive growth in the three customer-centric business lines of public, transit & fleet and home & work. The company will accelerate strategic investments in market leading hardware and software platforms, while continuing to scale its global operations and focus on customer experience. Supporting this strategy evolution, changes in the company’s leadership were also announced.

“On behalf of the Board of Directors, I would like to thank Frank for his dedication in successfully bringing ABB E-mobility to where it is today, having recently attracted funding from investors who share our belief in the company’s long-term vision. We are also delighted that he will continue to play a key role in our growth story. The Executive Committee will drive the company’s continued growth, focusing on customer satisfaction and deepening its hardware and software capabilities to ensure technology leadership in our customer-facing business lines”, commented Michael Halbherr.


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