APC names field solutions manager
Dubai, March 18, 2009
APC by Schneider Electric, a global leader in integrated critical power and cooling services, has appointed Muhammad Naveed Saeed as field solutions manager in Pakistan.
Based in Lahore, Saeed will be responsible for managing the implementation of APC turnkey projects and solutions from end to end.
“Saeed’s technical background and familiarity with the market will serve APC’s continuous expansion and involvement in the region,” said Iyad Madanat, country manager-GCC & Pakistan, APC by Schneider Electric.
Saeed graduated with a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Engineering and Technology, Lahore, in 2001. He also received his Masters in Mechatronics Engineering from the same university in 2006.
He joins APC from The Imperial Electric Company, where he most recently served as a wenior manager responsible for the overall country wide operations.-TradeArabia News Service
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