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Schneider Electric appoints Philippe Rambach as Vice President of Industry Business

Schneider Electric has announced Philippe Rambach as the new Vice President of Industry Business.

Rambach brings with him over 15 years’ in senior management positions and has professional experience in manufacturing, R&D, program management and business management across a range of industries.

Stephen Coop, Zone President Pacific, Schneider Electric, commented, “as Australia’s economic environment moves through a significant period of change brought about by factors such as commodity prices, social / environmental pressures, and a shift in global demand for Australian products and resources, Industry is increasingly looking to optimise existing assets.

Philippe’s appointment will help Schneider Electric deliver best-of-breed solutions and products that can help manufacturing and critical infrastructure operations to maximise the performance of their existing plants and facilities.”

The next few years are crucial for Rambach as Schneider Electric develops synergies across the multiple solution and service domains of its organisation, while at the same time implements an aggressive growth strategy for its products.

Stephen Coop continued: “Philippe is a strategic and passionate leader with a wealth of experience and proven capability across Schneider Electric’s global businesses.

His appointment will benefit Schneider Electric’s customers, partners and employees and ensure that Schneider Electric is best placed to help industry manage the changes ahead.”

Prior to his appointment as VP for Industry Business, Rambach spent the last few years as a VP for Schneider Electric in France across the Variable Frequency Drives Business and the Intelligent Electronic Devices Business.

Before this, he spent a substantial period of time in Areva T&D before it was sold to Schneider Electric. He has also held senior posts at Johnson Controls, and Sagem (Safran group). Rambach graduated from the  École Polytechnique in France.

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