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Gu Chunyuan is in charge of ABB North Asia automation business

Guide: ABB Group recently appointed local manager Gu Chunyuan as the head of discrete automation and motion control business department in North Asia and China. The appointment will take effect on March 1st, 2012

Beijing, on February 29, 2012, ABB Group recently appointed local manager Gu Chunyuan as the head of discrete automation and motion control business department of North Asia and China. This department is one of ABB's five major business departments, with four business units including transmission, motor, power electronics and robot, to provide customers with products, systems and solutions to improve production efficiency and energy efficiency. The appointment will take effect on March 1st, 2012

Gu Chunyuan

born in Changchun, China, Gu Chunyuan graduated from Shanghai Jiaotong University in power engineering and holds a doctor's degree in engineering from the Royal Swedish Institute of technology. He joined ABB Sweden in 1989 and has been engaged in technology research and development related work. In 2006, Gu Chunyuan was appointed as the head of ABB Robot Research and development center in Shanghai

with years of accumulated R & D experience and in-depth understanding of the needs of local customers, Gu Chunyuan led the Chinese R & D team to successfully develop the world's fastest and most accurate six axis robot IRB 120 China dragon in 2009. At present, this product has been sold to 30 countries in the world, such as Asia, Europe, the Americas and so on; Afterwards, the world's fastest palletizing robot irb460 was developed. At present, abb is still the only multinational enterprise in China that truly realizes local R & D and production. It can engage in the development of typical peripheral supporting equipment, such as Beijing Fengji and Beijing University of chemical technology, robot software and robot core products, and promote cutting-edge technologies and products created in China to the world

in addition to his deep research and development skills, Gu Chunyuan also has excellent business operation and management capabilities. In 2010, he was promoted to the head of ABB China's robot business unit, fully responsible for ABB's robot business. With the joint efforts of him and his robot team, abb has established a production base of Spraying Robots in Shanghai and built the only robot whole vehicle spraying experimental center in China. ABB's robot business in China has also doubled

Gu Chunyuan, who has worked for ABB for 23 years, said: the discrete automation and motion control business department is ABB's core business department in the field of automation technology. I am deeply honored to be responsible for the development of this business department in North Asia and the Chinese market. I very much agree with the company's strategy in China and the world, and believe that we will continue to provide the best automation technology solutions for domestic and foreign customers

promote industrial upgrading; Fang Qin, head of ABB North Asia and China for the development of industrial clusters, said: I am very glad that local talents in China have grown rapidly. They understand both China and the international market, greatly enriching our management team that can ensure the normal work of equipment. We will also continue to increase investment in talent training and provide broad development space for talents, so as to provide more excellent local managers with comprehensive capabilities for the business development of the whole group

China, with more than 18000 employees, is ABB's largest talent base. At present, there are 10 Chinese Americans in the 15 person ABB China management team

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