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Finance Vet Carol Lowe to Join FLIR Systems as EVP, CFO

Carol Lowe

Carol Lowe, senior vice president and chief financial officer at packaging company Sealed Air (NYSE: SEE) over the past five years, will formally join FLIR Systems (Nasdaq: FLIR) on Nov. 27 as executive VP and CFO.

FLIR said Monday Lowe will manage the company’s global finance department and financial planning, controls, reporting and strategic functions in her next role.

“I look forward to Carol making a lasting impact on FLIR’s financial and operational performance,” said Jim Cannon, president and CEO at FLIR.

“I also want to thank Shane Harrison for his extraordinary contributions as Interim CFO during this period of transition and am excited for his continued leadership in our corporate development and investor relations functions,” Cannon added.

She previously held various executive positions at Carlisle Companies that included time as company CFO and president of two business units.

Lower currently serves on audit committee of EMCOR Group‘s board of directors.

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