REV Group Appoints Brian Perry As President Of Commercial Segment

REV Group Appoints Brian Perry As President Of Commercial Segment

Perry's organizational experience spans from public, multi-national corporations to small and mid-sized privately held companies across both military and commercial markets.

REV Group, manufacturer of specialty vehicle brands, announced that Brian Perry has joined the company as president of Commercial Segment, overseeing several brands including Collins, ENC, Champion, ElDorado, Capacity and Laymor.

Perry’s organizational experience spans from public, multi-national corporations to small and mid-sized privately held companies across both military and commercial markets.

He most recently was senior vice president of operations for L3Harris Technologies Inc., which has a total of $33.5 billion in revenue. Perry led operations for the company’s $260 million Space Avionics group and had additional matrix-reporting operational responsibilities including supply chain, manufacturing, mission assurance, quality and EH&S across 21 facilities.

Prior to this, he was senior vice president of operations for Gleason Corp., where he had full P&L responsibility for $350 million in revenue, as well as leading global sales and operations oversight for highly engineered CNC machining and automation equipment, aftermarket and engineering services.

“Brian has exceptional experience and success in driving business turnarounds, improving enterprise value and achieving strong financial results,” said Ian Walsh, chief operating officer, REV Group. “We’re delighted to have him join the team.”

Perry is a certified Master Black Belt in Six Sigma and Lean Sensei and holds a bachelor’s degree from Northeastern University and Master of Business Administration degree from Babson 

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