Dave D’Agostino Promoted to Director, Sales for AMETEK

KNIGHTDALE, NC, MARCH 1, 2016 – AMETEK Electronic Systems Protection, a recognized leader in advanced power protection and intelligent diagnostics, is pleased to announce the appointment of Dave D’Agostino as Director, Sales for its ESP and SurgeX brands.

D’Agostino will now manage all sales for AMETEK Electronic Systems Protection, which was formed following the acquisition of ESP/SurgeX earlier this year by AMETEK, Inc. That organizational change, along with the resources, global influence and leadership provided by AMETEK, will allow Electronic Systems Protection to streamline sales strategies and bring additional value to its business partners.  

“Dave’s sales acumen, industry expertise, leadership, and company service make him a natural fit for this role,” comments Stephen F. Galloway, Director, Business Management, for AMETEK Electronic Systems Protection. “I’m confident that his knowledge and experience will help us grow the business and better serve our clients.”

D’Agostino has over two decades of sales management experience in the office equipment industry. He previously served as Director of ESP Sales. Under his leadership, the company nearly doubled its sales volume, expanded OEM relationships, and strengthened its position as an industry leader.

Prior to ESP, D’Agostino served as General Manager at ComDoc Inc., where he was responsible for operations at its Albany, NY branch. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Administration degree from the State University of New York at Oswego.

About AMETEK Electronic Systems Protection

AMETEK Electronic Systems Protection is a leader in advanced power protection, intelligent diagnostics, remote monitoring solutions, and offers a complete power protection portfolio for the business equipment, imaging, audio visual, and gaming industries.

AMETEK Electronic Systems Protection is a unit of AMETEK, Inc., a leading global manufacturer of electronic instruments and electromechanical devices with annual sales of $4.0 billion