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Ksenija Karić takes helm at Schneider Electric Serbia, Montenegro

Ksenija Karic new CEO Schneider Electric

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April 1, 2020

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Ksenija Karić is the new CEO of Schneider Electric Serbia and Montenegro.

According to the official announcement, Karić is replacing Dejan Marković at the position, and he will become the Energy and Services Director Southeast Europe after four years of managing the company in Serbia and Montenegro.

Dragoljub Damljanović, who was the Southeast Europe Energy and Services director, has been named to be the Smart Grid Sales director Worldwide.

“Innovative solutions in the area of automation and energy management, supreme service to end-users and the development of the local economy by the expansion of the network of local partners will remain our top priorities in the future,” said Karić.

The company will continue to focus on creating solutions that will enable large industries keep pace with the latest digitisation trends

The company said it would also continue to focus on creating solutions that will enable large industries and all users to keep pace with the latest digitisation trends and accelerate growth and operate sustainably with significant cost reduction by using the software from Schneider Electric’s portfolio.

The EcoStruxure platform was implemented by local companies, including the Immi factory, Elektrovat, Nikola Tesla Airport, Hilton, Sheraton, Green Heart GTC

Schneider Electric has been operating in Serbia’s market for more than two decades, providing digital solutions in the area of energy and automation aimed at efficiency and sustainability.

Around the globe, the company brings the technology that reshapes the industry and transforms cities, with innovative solutions such as the EcoStruxure platform. It has been implemented by local companies as well, including the Immi factory in Niš, Elektrovat from Čačak, Nikola Tesla Airport in Belgrade, Hilton and Sheraton hotels and the Green Heart GTC office building.

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