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Maxwell Technologies hires three VPs

San Diego-based Maxwell Technologies Inc. (Nasdaq: MXWL) has hired Chris Humphrey, Andrew McLean and William Zhu to its executive management team.

Humphrey will be the company’s vice president of marketing and ultracapacitor engineering, McLean will serve as vice president of corporate and business development, and Zhu is the new vice president of Asia sales.

“These gentlemen are seasoned executives who bring customer and market development leadership capabilities to Maxwell and will be instrumental in advancing the company to the next level,” said John Warwick, interim president and chief executive officer of Maxwell Technologies.

Humphrey most recently served as vice president and corporate marketing for QLogic and vice president and general manager for Honeywell Safety Products.

McLean previously served as vice president and managing director for Emerson Electric Co. and senior vice president of JPMorgan's Private Equity Group.

Zhu was the general manager of Enersys China and Hong Kong with responsibility for sales, marketing, field application engineering and operations before being hired by Maxwell Technologies.

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