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ROHM Appoints John Turner as New Country Manager for UK and Nordics

April 25, 2019 by ROHM

This article discuss ROHM Semiconductor appointing John Turner as their new Country Manager for UK and Nordics including Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden.

Willich-Münchheide, Germany, April 12, 2019 – As of March 2019, ROHM Semiconductor appointed John Turner as their new Country Manager for UK and Nordics, including Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden. In his new position, John will be mainly responsible for the strategic development and successful implementation of the company's products in the automotive and industrial markets.

John Turner has more than 25 years of experience in the industry, where he held various positions in marketing and sales. Amongst others, he worked as Senior Product Manager for Optoelectronics for Siemens Semiconductor (now Infineon and Osram), as UK Distribution Sales Manager for Motorola (now ON Semiconductor) and in the past few years as South and Northwest European Sales Manager for Diodes Inc.

“ROHM Semiconductor offers a wide range of technologies and is a technology leader in discrete and power products. Our company helps customers to achieve their development goals”, said John Turner. “I am highly motivated to contribute to the success of ROHM and their customers in the UK and the Nordics.”

“I am very happy to have John Turner join our team as Country Manager and help us develop our business in the UK and the Nordic countries,” said Christian André, President ROHM Semiconductor Europe. “His experience in originating successful and profitable sales strategies will enables us to further grow in these markets.


About ROHM

Founded in 1958, ROHM provides LSI and discrete semiconductors characterized by outstanding quality and reliability for a broad range of markets, including automotive, industrial and consumer market via its global development and sales network. In the analog power field, ROHM proposes the suitable solution for each application with power devices such as SiC, driver ICs to maximize their performance, and peripheral components such as transistors, diodes and resistors.