PORTLAND, OR — (Marketwired) — 05/24/13 — FLIR Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ: FLIR) currently announced changes to a executive government team. Thomas A. Surran has been allocated President of a Commercial Systems division, next Andrew C. Teich, who was recently named FLIR’s President and Chief Executive Officer. Additionally, Jeffrey D. Frank has been promoted to a new purpose of Vice President, Global Product Strategy.
“We are gratified to supplement Tom and Jeff to a executive staff,” pronounced Mr. Teich, President and CEO of FLIR. “Tom has a proven ability to govern with prophesy and control, that we saw in his enrichment of a nautical businesses. Jeff has been a pushing force in new product conceptualization, development, and industrial design. Their skills will assistance position a tellurian businesses for serve growth, profitability, and continued product innovation.”
Both Mr. Surran and Mr. Frank assimilated FLIR in 2004 when a association acquired Indigo Systems. In further to his prior purpose as General Manager of a company’s Raymarine segment, Mr. Surran has served in several roles during FLIR, including CFO of a Commercial Systems division. Mr. Frank possesses over 25 years of knowledge in a infrared attention and was many recently Vice President of Product Strategy for a company’s Commercial Systems division.
About FLIR Systems
FLIR Systems, Inc. is a universe personality in a design, manufacture, and selling of sensor systems that raise notice and awareness. The company’s modernized thermal imaging and hazard showing systems are used for a far-reaching accumulation of imaging, thermography, and confidence applications, including airborne and ground-based surveillance, condition monitoring, investigate and development, prolongation routine control, hunt and rescue, drug interdiction, navigation, travel safety, limit and nautical patrol, environmental monitoring, and chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, and explosives (CBRNE) detection. Visit FLIR’s web site during www.FLIR.com.
The statements in this recover by Andy Teich and a other statements in this recover are forward-looking statements within a definition of a Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Such statements are formed on stream expectations, estimates, and projections about FLIR’s business based, in part, on assumptions done by management. These statements are not guarantees of destiny opening and engage risks and uncertainties that are formidable to predict. Therefore, tangible outcomes and formula might differ materially from what is voiced or forecasted in such forward-looking statements due to countless factors, including a following: a ability to develop, manufacture, and broach products, changes in direct for FLIR’s products, product mix, a impact of rival products and pricing, constraints on reserve of vicious components, additional or necessity of prolongation capacity, FLIR’s stability correspondence with U.S. trade control laws and regulations, and other risks discussed from time to time in FLIR’s Securities and Exchange Commission filings and reports. In addition, such statements could be influenced by ubiquitous attention and marketplace conditions and expansion rates, and ubiquitous domestic and general mercantile conditions. Such forward-looking statements pronounce usually as of a date on that they are done and FLIR does not commence any requirement to refurbish any forward-looking matter to simulate events or resources after a date of this release, or for changes done to this request by handle services or Internet use providers.
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