Senior management changes at global power and control specialist
For the past 13 years, René Meuleman has successfully led the global glass vertical market for Eurotherm by Schneider Electric. Mr Meuleman has made many significant and lasting contributions working to promote Eurotherm as a key supplier of power and control technologies to the global glass market. Continuing his professional journey, Mr Meuleman recently decided to join CelSian as Business Development and Customer Support Director. He will be leaving Eurotherm by Schneider Electric on 28 February 2021.
For a smooth transition, Mikael Le Guern will take on the responsibility of leading the glass vertical market for Eurotherm as Business Development Manager – Glass. Mr Le Guern has a master’s degree in electrical engineering from ENSEEIHT and started at Eurotherm Automation in Lyon, France in 2000 as a power application engineer. He later moved to the power product marketing position where working with R&D, he was instrumental in developing the product specification and business plan for the EPower Advanced SCR Controller range.
In 2007, Mikael Le Guern transferred to the Eurotherm office in Leesburg, VA to become the NA power product manager, where he led the power control systems business in North America.
He joined the global business development team in 2018, with a focus on glass, power, and process control, forming strong relationships while supporting world leading glass manufacturers. In his new role, he will continue Eurotherm’s focus on solutions to support the electrification of the glass industry, including integrated predictive control solutions in collaboration with CelSian and AVEVA. A seasoned world traveler, he divides his time between Reston, Virginia and Geneva, Switzerland.