As a former Formula race car driver, Cummins Western Canada's
President and CEO Mike Angus knows
that to be successful you need to be able shift gears while focusing on your ultimate goal: winning.
Since assuming his
position with CWC
in January 2010, there are no limits on Mike's drive for delivering legendary service and growing the company in its engine, mining, oil and gas plus power generation industries.
Prior to joining CWC, Mike was Vice President and General Manager for Cummins over a three-year period while at NPower.
Here, he and the management team moved NPower from a bottom line performer within the Cummins network of 16 North American distributorships, to top in class.
Mike began his career at Cummins in 1976 which included progressively responsible roles in sales, marketing and business development.
He left the organization for four years in 1986 to serve as President and CEO for The Eagle Companies - a wholesale millwork and supplies distributor with three branch operations comprising 700 dealers in three U.S. states.
Mike is a Bronze Tablet graduate from the University of Illinois, and holds his Master of Business Administration from the University of Chicago, Booth School of Business with high honours.
He is a past board member for the West Suburban United Way (Chicago).
is an avid runner, outdoor enthusiast and shameful Chicago Blackhawks fan.
wife, Lissa, live in West Vancouver with their two daughters, Jordan and Alexandria.
Mike joined Cummins in 1996 as a Consumer Products Salesperson in B.C., having worked at a client of the company for a number of years.
He has held progressively senior positions, including Industrial Genset sales and Consumer Products Marketing Manager for Cummins Western Canada (CWC).
In 2007, he moved to Calgary to become the Engine Sales Manager for that CWC branch.
Mike became the company's General Manager, Sales & Marketing in January 2009.
He chaired the North American Consumer Council for six years and is now serving on the Global Oil & Gas Council.
understands that customer loyalty is a fickle thing, especially given the many choices in the marketplace.
knows that if customers feel they have received good value and have been well treated, they will reward the company with repeat business.
immediate task is to ensure the organization meets the growing demand for CWC products and provides unparalleled aftermarket sales support.
Mike attended Simon Fraser University from 1985 to 1989 pursuing a BSc in Communications.
is currently working towards a Marketing diploma from the University of Western Ontario.
is a volunteer with Junior Achievement and his
other interests outside of work are golf, dirt biking and restoring cars.
is also a HUGE Elvis Presley fan, and has adopted the band's motto TCB as his