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Sierra Instruments Welcomes James Earle as New General Manager for the TASI Gas Flow Division

Mar 30, 2022

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Sierra Instruments is pleased to announce that James Earle is the new General Manager, TASI Gas Flow Division.  

James’ focus will be to lead our team of world-class flow experts in growing our flow instrumentation business and creating the best experience possible for our customers.  

“I am very excited to join the team at TASI, and to continue the great legacy of innovation and growth at Sierra Instruments,” says James.  Having spent almost two decades in test and measurement, I will use my range of experiences to help expand our reach into new markets and establish a greater presence across the globe.”  

James began his career in Japan at Ricoh Corporation after graduating from Trinity College in Dublin with a Bachelor of Science in Production Engineering. After his experience with Ricoh, he joined Henkel KGaA and spent 16 years working in applications engineering, sales, and product management. He then joined Fluke as Global Product Manager and was subsequently promoted to Director of Global Marketing, Process Instruments. James then had his first General Manager assignment with Bruker Nano Surfaces where he spent eight years growing their Tribology, Stylus, and Optical Metrology business that included four separate units with more than 200 team members.  

Please join us in congratulating James and wishing him well in this new role. 

Sierra Instruments is always looking for the best of the best. If you or someone you know is looking for a job in the flow industry, check out our current job openings. 

Maryadine Washington, Mar-Com Manager
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Maryadine Washington, Mar-Com Manager
Sierra Instruments

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