Industrial Physics names new CCO

Industrial Physics, a leading global packaging, product and material test and inspection provider, has appointed Dan Rinehart as Chief Commercial Officer (CCO) to support its continuous growth plans. 

Following the company’s recent acquisition and appointment of Barry Lyon as Chief Executive Officer, Dan joins the business at a pivotal moment. In his new role as CCO, Dan will be responsible for the global coordination of sales, marketing, and business intelligence functions. The role centres on the customer – ensuring a seamless customer journey and protecting the integrity of the brands they serve. 

He will also lead Industrial Physics’ focus on inorganic growth opportunities – this involves establishing priority areas within the markets we serve, to offer solutions that protect the integrity of brands and products for our customers.
Dan previously led commercial strategy development and execution in his role as Vice President of Global Sales and Marketing at Danaher Corporation (“Danaher”). 

His vast experience includes strategic marketing within Honeywell’s commercial security business, strategy and operations at Brazos Private Equity Partners and strategic consulting at Bain and Booz Allen Hamilton. 

He brings over twenty years of leadership, strategy and commercial experience in public corporations and private equity backed businesses to the Industrial Physics leadership team. 

Speaking on his new position, Dan Rinehart shared: “I am proud to join the Industrial Physics team and support its exciting growth plans. The scale and capabilities that the company has developed over the last few years offer a huge opportunity for excellence, and I’m excited to collaborate across functions to help achieve success.

“Industrial Physics was created to help customers protect the integrity of their brands and products, and I’m proud to be joining a business that celebrates its role in ensuring quality and safety for end users. 

“I want to really understand our customer’s needs to serve them better and will be engaging with them through conducting market research as well as meeting them in person, to get a better grasp of their testing and quality control needs.

Commenting on the company’s latest appointment, Barry Lyon, CEO at Industrial Physics added: “This year has been a significant one for Industrial Physics, with not only our recent announcements, but also our many opportunities to get out and connect with the industry and demonstrate the innovations that our specialists are working on. This is an exciting time to be at Industrial Physics as we work with our customers to accelerate growth.

“I’m thrilled to welcome Dan to Industrial Physics. Having worked with him for a period previously, I really look forward to seeing how his love of problem solving and collaborative approach to strategic growth help us continue to drive the business forward.”

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