March 6, 2015

TriVista Appoints Former Johnson Electric Executive, Gavin Fielden as Vice President

Gavin Fielden-2TriVista is pleased to announce that Gavin Fielden has joined the firm as Vice President. Fielden will be based in TriVista’s Ohio Office and will joining TriVista’s team of international manufacturing experts.

Fielden brings TriVista more than 25 years of experience in product management, manufacturing, operations, business development, strategy, general management and leadership.

“He was highly regarded in his last position for his ability to lead cross-functional development teams based in Europe and Asia working on international product launches into multiple manufacturing locations supporting global customers,” said TriVista’s Chief Operating Officer, Stuart Lowe. “We are confident that Gavin’s comprehensive industry knowledge will create significant enterprise value for our clients and entire global team.”

Prior to joining TriVista, Fielden spent over 25 years with Johnson Electric, Saia-Burgess, Lucas Industries, and TRW in North America, Europe and Asia. During Fielden’s time at Johnson Electric, a 70 million dollar, global solenoid business, he was directly responsible for Profit and Loss, Business Development and Engineering. Fielden has extensive international experience in engineering, sales and business development, and has an excellent understanding of how global manufacturing corporations function.

“I am thrilled to join TriVista, an organization that has built a strong reputation for themselves in the operational and enterprise improvement space,” said Fielden. “I look forward to working with the team of global experts and am excited for the opportunities to solve complex operational challenges for both our private equity and manufacturing clients.”

Fielden received his MA Engineering Science from Worcester College, Oxford University with First Class Honors.

Learn more about Gavin Fielden.


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