05 Jun Advanced Charging Technologies (ACT) Adds New Vice President, Marketing
La Mirada, California, June 5, 2017 — Advanced Charging Technologies (ACT) is pleased to announce the addition of Tracy Haugh as their new Vice President of Marketing. ACT has experienced tremendous growth across North America (including Canada and Mexico) since the launch of the Quantum Chargers and fully-integrated product suite in 2016. The addition of Tracy to the team will enable ACT to continue to lead the evolving material handling industry with its data-driven solutions for motive power asset management.
Tracy Haugh has more than 20 years of experience in managing industry-leading brands and supporting growth using integrated marketing and communication strategies. “Tracy’s diverse background in both consumer and trade marketing as well as her experience in varied industries from electronics to home improvement make her a great fit to lead ACT’s expanded marketing efforts,” according to Mike Nelson, ACT’s General Manager. Most recently, Haugh was the Director of Marketing for ROHL, a luxury brand in the kitchen and bath industry. Prior to that, she managed the Hardware and Home Improvement brands of Stanley Black & Decker. Haugh received her MBA from the University of San Diego and has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Quantitative Economics and Decision Sciences from the University of California, San Diego.
About ACT: Advanced Charging Technologies (ACT) is the recognized leader in integrated solutions for fleet energy asset management and forklift battery charging technologies. With a comprehensive suite of smart industrial products and services, ACT is focused on integrating data to maximize utility and streamline battery and charger management. Environment-adaptive and manageable from any device, ACT hardware and software solutions increase productivity, reduce fleet running cost, improve safety and lower greenhouse emissions. ACT’s portfolio of battery and charging solutions are sold and serviced exclusively through the Deka Agent Network Organization. Visit www.act-chargers.com for more.