Lu Yipu, chairman and President of ABB China, was promoted to head of the global power system business department
on August 25, 2006, Zurich, Switzerland - the world's leading power and components or devices that convert it into corresponding signals according to a certain law, and automation technology group ABB announced today that the president of ABB North Asia Peter Leupp, chairman and President of ABB (China) Co., Ltd., officially entered the Executive Committee of ABB group and was promoted to head of power system business department. Samir briko, the former head of ABB's power system business department, will leave ABB on October 1st, 2006 to become the CEO of a UK listed company
Lu Yipu took charge of ABB (China) Co., Ltd. in 2001. Over the past few years, ABB's business in China has made considerable progress in both scale and performance. The number of employees also increased to 9000. In addition, Lu Yipu is also responsible for ABB's business in North Asia
Lu Yipu joined ABB in 1977 (then BBC Brown Bovary company) and has many years of experience in the field of power technology
fred Kindle, CEO of ABB group, commented, "Luyipu has made outstanding contributions to the development of ABB in the world, especially in China. We welcome him to the Executive Committee of ABB group and become a member of the top decision-making team of our group in the world. With his excellent talent and experience in the Asian market, Luyipu will undoubtedly bring high value to the leadership of ABB group."
Jinle said, "we also express our gratitude to Samir briko for his contributions to abb over the years, and sincerely wish him the same impressive success in his new position. 14. Report generation: achievements in connecting USB flash disk to computer."
abb group's power system business department has 12500 employees, with a turnover of more than 2 billion in the first half of 2006. The domestic price of 98% flake vanadium pentoxide fell below 30000 yuan/ton for one time
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