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Schneider Electric appoints new director for four markets

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July 7, 2016

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Schneider Electric, energy management and automation corporation based in France, said it decided to name Ionuţ Farcaş the new regional director for Bulgaria, Macedonia, Albania, and Kosovo.

He will succeed Christophe de Lafarge, who becomes vice president for Southeast Europe and will be responsible for the affiliate business department. Farkaş has been a part of Schneider Electric Romania since 2014.

Prior to that, he has held various managerial positions in the Romanian Enel Energie, Enel Energie Muntenia, and Enel Romania for seven years.

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