HAMILTON, Bermuda -- Ingersoll-Rand Company Limited has promoted Steven R. Shawley to senior vice president and chief financial officer.
Shawley most recently was senior vice president and president of Ingersoll Rand’s Climate Control Technologies Sector, having assumed that role in 2005.
Shawley replaces James Gelly.
Didier Teirlinck will succeed Steve Shawley as president of the Climate Control Technologies Sector, effective immediately. In addition, Teirlinck was elected a senior vice president of the company and will be a member of the Enterprise Leadership Team.
Teirlinck previously was president, Climate Control - Europe, a position he held since joining Ingersoll Rand from Volvo Compact Equipment in 2005.
David R. Pannier, previously president of Trane’s Residential Systems business, has joined Ingersoll Rand in the same capacity. In addition, he was elected a senior vice president of the company and will be a member of the Enterprise Leadership Team.
Also joining Ingersoll Rand from Trane and elected as officers of the company are the following individuals:
Mary Beth Gustafsson, previously senior vice president, general counsel and secretary of Trane, will be vice president and deputy general counsel. Gustafsson joined Trane in 2001. She previously served as chief counsel for Trane’s air conditioning systems and services business worldwide.
David Kuhl, previously vice president and treasurer of Trane, will assume the same role with Ingersoll Rand. Kuhl joined Trane in 2002 as an assistant treasurer after serving as chief financial officer of DuPont’s Nutrition & Health business unit.
Edward Schlesinger, previously vice president and general auditor of Trane, will be vice president, audit services, of Ingersoll Rand. Schlesinger joined Trane in 1994 as senior accounting analyst and then served as manager of financial reporting. He was named assistant controller in 2000 and assumed his current position in 2006.