Stanley Black & Decker continued its leadership overhaul Monday by naming a new leader for its industrial segment.
Graham Robinson is the new president of the division, which includes Stanley Engineered Fastening, Stanley Infrastructure and Stanley Oil & Gas. Current President John Wyatt will remain during a transition period, as well as oversee the tool manufacturer's outdoor power equipment strategy.
Robinson previously served as an executive at Honeywell for seven years, most recently as president of Honeywell Industrial Safety, a $2.2 billion global business which operates today as Honeywell Professional Protective Equipment and Honeywell Gas Analysis and Safety. Before that, he was president of Honeywell Sensing and IoT, and previously served as the chief marketing officer of the company's $15 billion Automation and Controls Solution division.
Robinson also held leadership roles at other technology and industrial companies earlier in his career, including Micron Technology, Samsung Electronics, AT&T Bell Laboratories and Motorola.
"Graham is a highly talented, global business leader who brings a strong track record of delivering business results and profitability across a range of technology and industrial companies," Stanley President and CEO James Loree said in a statement.
The company made a change at the top of its Tools & Storage business earlier this year, and last week detailed a series of cost-cutting measures in response to the economic slowdown stemming from the coronavirus pandemic.