Randal Newton

Randal Newton

Vice President, Engineering, Trane Technologies

Randal (Randy) Newton is vice president of engineering for Trane Technologies and is responsible for all Engineering and Technology Centers, providing strategic oversight to centers of excellence for critical engineering components and systems. Additionally, he has been a long-time leader of the Refrigerant Technology and Strategy team earning him invitations to participate in global conferences and dialogs on energy efficiency, refrigerant technology and sustainable development. Randy joined the company in 1979 and has held positions in engineering, product planning, product management, and operations leadership. He sponsors various employee resource and development programs within the company, and he is a certified Six Sigma Black Belt and is a long-time member of ASHRAE.

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