Roper Industries plans to realign operating structure into four segments

Roper Industries Inc will realign its operating structure into four market-focused segments: Instrumentation, Industrial Technology, Energy Systems and Controls, and Scientific and Industrial Imaging.

Also announced by Roper was its segment leadership team, reporting to Brian Jellison, president and chief executive officer. Jim Mannebach, responsible for the Industrial Technology segment, joins Roper after 15 years with Emerson Electric Co, recently as president of the Process Flow Business Group. Tim Winfrey, who will head the Energy Systems and Controls segment, has experience with British Petroleum and Ingersoll Rand. Will Crocker, who joined Roper in 1991 and has led Analytical Instrumentation since 1997, will be responsible for the Instrumentation segment. Ben Wood will direct the Scientific and Industrial Imaging segment. His experience includes development of a software business, as well as nine years in various operating roles in Asia.

Focus areas for the four new segments are:

  • Instrumentation: Serving primarily test, inspection, and measurement applications in oil and gas, research and industrial markets, key brand centers include Acton Research, Antek, Gatan, IDI, Logitech, PAC, Struers, and Uson.

  • Industrial Technology: Brand centers include Abel Pump, AMOT Controls, Cornell Pump, Flow Technology, Fluid Metering, Hansen, and Roper Pump, providing systems for industrial, energy, commercial refrigeration and water/wastewater markets.

  • Energy Systems and Controls: Brand centers Compressor Controls, Petrotech, Metrix, and Zetec provide control, monitoring, and inspection systems for energy markets.

  • Scientific and Industrial Imaging: Imaging brands include Media Cybernetics, QImaging, Redlake, and Roper Scientific, developing and supplyingdigital imaging systems for industrial, medical and life, and physical science applications.

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