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Morgan Silvey has been promoted to vice president of sales and marketing, HVAC, at Nidec Motor Corporation. The U.S. MOTORS brand products for HVAC systems include high-efficiency synchronous and variable-speed ECM motors with integrated controls for superior performance and energy savings.
In his new role, Silvey is responsible for driving sales growth and implementing marketing programs and strategies for both the OEM and Aftermarket HVAC business units under the U.S. MOTORS platform.
"Morgan has been instrumental in building and developing an Aftermarket motors team that serves a strong customer base, and we are pleased to announce his promotion," said Tim Schamel, president of the U.S. MOTORS division of Nidec. "He's been a dedicated leader at Nidec for more than 10 years and came to us with a background in HVAC motors, so his experience has been an important factor in our success."
Silvey started with Nidec in 2013 as a market manager on the HVACR aftermarket team. He was promoted in 2016 to director of marketing for the aftermarket business. Before joining Nidec, Silvey held positions in operations and OEM and distribution sales/marketing with Regal.
Silvey earned a Black Belt in Lean Six Sigma, and holds a BA in communications and english from Truman State University and a MAE from Lindenwood University.
"I have really enjoyed our team at Nidec and look forward to expanding my knowledge and experience within the HVAC business unit," Silvey said.
Replacing Silvey in his previous role is Dennis Campbell, who has been promoted to senior market manager, HVAC. He is responsible for driving sales growth and implementing marketing strategies and programs for the Aftermarket Motors business group.
Campbell has more than 18 years of experience in HVAC motors. He started with Nidec in 2011 as training manager for the aftermarket team, then was promoted to regional manager for the company's western U.S. sales. Prior to Nidec, Campbell held positions with Emerson Electric in the motor division.
Campbell holds a Bachelor of Business Administration from the University of Illinois.