Philippe Cusson will lead business development and strategic operational planning at Creaform Engineering.
Creaform Engineering, a division of Creaform and a Quebec specialist in full engineering services, has appointed Philippe Cusson as director of its division. Thanks to his vast expertise in many sectors, he will ensure the development of activities, while emphasizing the customer experience.
Philippe Cusson's previous experience, as vice president of Wajax, led him to implement business plans for the power systems market segment and to have a good knowledge of the industrial, maritime and mining sectors. , transport and energy production. Philippe Cusson's strategic supplier management and the development of engineering solutions have proven their worth with major manufacturers such as Rolls-Royce Power Systems / MTU, Allison Transmission, Daimler Trucks, Kubota Engines and Volvo Penta.
Prior to Wajax, Philippe Cusson led the engineering and advanced design team of the industrial division of IPL Inc., a leader in the field of injection molded plastic products. During this period, he developed innovative solutions for various industries such as automotive, transport, food and telecommunications.
“As his position is decisive for creating value for clients, Philippe Cusson will strengthen the measures put in place to ensure the satisfaction of clients and Creaform Engineering employees. This means that it will focus on retaining and attracting talented experts to provide unparalleled engineering capabilities , ” Creaform said.
“I have set myself the goal of fostering team synergy, reducing time to market and committing to achieving our clients' objectives. When it comes to the overall customer experience, improving product design, quality, reliability and cost will be the very foundation, all in line with Creaform's values of innovation. , passion and determination, ” says Philippe Cusson.
Philippe Cusson holds a degree in mechanical engineering from Laval University and an MBA from UQAM. He also participated in an engineering exchange program at the University of Rhode Island. He also started a fundraising activity and climbed the summit of Kilimanjaro for the benefit of the Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada.
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