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George H. Dorkhom

Fred Dewey

George Dorkhom is a former global business transformation and deal Chief Executive leading publicly held and private industrial/factory automation and aerospace/defense manufacturing and construction companies in revenue range of $1.0B and manufacturing footprint on Five continents.

Currently he operates a business advisory firm working with Corporate Boards and PE Funds providing deal diligence and oversight.

Prior to that, he held senior executive positions with Fortune 500 companies as EVP finance and VP Corporate Development in Power Generation, Oil and Gas, Mining/Mineral and Basic Metals.

His experience span companies as Westinghouse Electric, National Intergroup, Oerlikon Buehrle/OC Oerlikon, Messer Cutting and Welding AG and Ingersoll International.

During his career, he has completed numerous M&A transactions in new platforms and add-ons and their integration as well as delivering several sustainable turnarounds of underperforming companies and orchestrating successful exist based in the United States, Europe and Asia.

He is skilled in corporate governance as a Board member and Chair, business transformation/change management, M&A including cross-border transactions, has exposure to multiple industry verticals in hardware and software systems and is a frequent speaker and adviser on emerging technologies including digital transformation and IoT.

Titles Held

Chairman & CEO
President & CEO
President & COO
Executive Vice President Finance
Vice President Corporate Development


Aerospace | Automotive | Construction | Distribution (Industrial) | Electronics | Industrial Services | Manufacturing (Heavy Industrial Factory Automation Controls and Digitization) | Mining | Oil & Gas | Power Generation | Transportation

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