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Hill & Smith appoints new COO

(Sharecast News) - Infrastructure products group Hill & Smith has group president Hooman Caman Javvi as its new chief operating officer. Caman Javvi, who joined the company in March 2022, having previously spent 11 years in senior management roles at ABB and Hitachi Energy, will retain his current responsibilities but take on operations, talent development and medium-term strategy.

"Having worked closely with Hooman over the last 18 months, I have seen first-hand the positive impact he has had on the business as a result of his strong operational and strategic management expertise," said executive chair Alan Giddins.

"Taking on the chief operating officer role is a natural next step, and one where I believe he can make a significant impact as we deliver on our ambitious growth strategy. I am pleased to welcome Hooman to the board."

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