Multiquip’s former President, COO and member of the Board of Directors joins FreeWire Technologies to guide the company’s growth into the power generation industry.
FreeWire Technologies today announced that Gary Moskovitz has been elected to FreeWire’s Board of Directors. Gary, currently President and CEO of Anomera Inc., an advanced materials sciences company, was previously President, COO and a member of the Board of Directors of Multiquip Inc., one of the largest and most diverse equipment manufacturers, supplying to the construction, telecommunications, entertainment, and industrial markets.
Throughout Gary’s career, he has spanned a breadth of industries where he developed and marketed world-class products, including commercial additive printers, artificial intelligence systems, and power generation equipment. Itochu International, the multinational parent company of Multiquip Inc. recruited Gary to Multiquip in 2009. He worked very closely with his MQ teammates as they continued to quickly respond to the impacts of the global financial crisis. The team’s creation and execution of a multi-year plan resulted in the company’s sustained growth and profitability.
FreeWire’s CEO, Arcady Sosinov, holds a long-standing relationship with Gary following an introduction through the Los Angeles Cleantech Incubator. The connection grew stronger as FreeWire gained traction in the power generation industry, culminating in the election of Gary to FreeWire’s Board of Directors. “Gary is an industry leader with a proven ability to strategize and execute,” says Arcady. “We are thrilled to have his experience and guidance as a director. His experience, his passion, and his candor are a perfect match with the strategic vision of the company. I look forward to growing our relationship as we translate that vision into a tactical, executable plan.”
“Arcady is quite a visionary. The clean and quiet power technology that he has led FreeWire to develop is exactly the direction the industry needs to go. I’m excited to work closely with him and the team”, says Gary.