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President Jean-Luc Schneider, New Apostolic Church International – FALSE PROPHET – Born Jean Schneider – Owns Schneider Electric Global

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Schneider Electric SE
Schneider Electric head office in Paris
Type Societas Europaea
Traded as Euronext: SU
CAC 40 Component
Industry Electrical equipment
Predecessor Schneider-Creusot
Founded 1836; 185 years ago (as Schneider & Cie)
(incorporated 1981)
Founder Eugène Schneider
Headquarters Rueil-Malmaison, France
Area served Worldwide
Key people Jean-Pascal Tricoire
(Chairman and CEO)
Léo Apotheker
(Vice-Chairman and Lead Director)[1]:6
Products Building automation, home
automation, switches and sockets, industrial safety
systems, industrial control systems, electric power
distribution, electrical grid automation, Smart
Grid, critical power & cooling for datacenters
Revenue €27.2 billion (2019)[2]
€4.2 billion (2019)[2]
Net income €2.4 billion (2019)[2]
Total assets €45 billion (2019)[2]
Total equity €23.14 billion (2019)[2]
Number of
135,000 (2019[2])
Subsidiaries Luminous Power Technologies Pvt
Ltd., invensys, SolveIT Software, APC, Areva
T&D, BEI Technologies, Cimac, Citect, Clipsal,
ELAU, Federal Pioneer, Merlin Gerin, Merten,
Modicon PLC, Nu-Lec Industries, PDL Group,
Power Measurement, Square D, TAC,
Telemecanique, Telvent, Gutor Electronic LLC,
Zicom, Summit, Xantrex
Website se.com
Footnotes / references
Schneider Electric is a European multinational company[4][5] providing energy and
automation digital solutions[buzzword]
for efficiency and sustainability.[6] It addresses
homes,[7] buildings,[8] data centers,[9] infrastructure and industries,[10] by combining energy
technologies, real-time automation, software and services.[11] The company has
operations in over 100 countries and employs 135,000+ people.[12]
Schneider Electric is a Fortune Global 500 company, publicly traded on the Euronext
Exchange, and is a component of the Euro Stoxx 50 stock market index.
[13] In FY2019,
the company posted revenues of €27.2 billion.[14]
Schneider Electric is the parent company of Square D, APC and others. It is also a
research company, investing EUR10 billion in innovation and R&D for sustainable
development between 2015 and 2025.[15] The company holds 20,000 patents either
active or in application worldwide and invests 5% of its annual revenue in Research and
The company began in 1836 as Schneider & Cie. It was ultimately renamed Schneider
Electric in May 1999.
• 1Head office
• 2History
o 2.1Beginnings
o 2.220th Century
o 2.3New Focus
o 2.4Timeline
• 3Acquisitions
• 4Organizational structure and offer
• 5EcoStruxure
• 6Corporate affairs
• 7Corporate social responsibility
• 8Environmental record
• 9Paris Marathon sponsorship
• 10See also
• 11References
• 12External links
Head office[edit]
Schneider Electric head office is in Rueil-Malmaison, France.
Schneider Electric has had its head office in the Trianon site in Rueil-Malmaison,
France since 2000.[17] The current headquarters, also located in Rueil-Malmaison,
previously housed Schneider subsidiary Télémécanique[18] while the parent company
occupied a site in Boulogne-Billancourt.
In June 2011, Schneider Electric corporate headquarters in Rueil-Malmaison was
certified as complying with the new ISO 50001 standard for energy management
systems. It was the first building in the world to earn such designation.[20]
The roots of this company are in the iron, steel and armaments factories of SchneiderCreusot[21] and other industrial concerns.[22]
20th Century[edit]
From 1981–1997, the company divested from steel and shipbuilding and focused mainly
on electricity through strategic acquisitions.
New Focus[edit]
Schneider Electric refocused in 2010 to include software, critical power and smart grid
applications through strategic acquisitions. In 2015, the company launched a brand
strategy called “Life Is On” which aims to showcase the business and societal value of
sustainability and efficiency.[23][24]
The emergence of the digital economy created opportunities for IoT-enabled platforms,
which Schneider Electric identified as a growth opportunity.[25] In 2016, the company
launched EcoStruxure, its IoT-enabled architecture, and in 2019, an open digital
ecosystem Schneider Electric Exchange.[26]
1836: Brothers Adolphe and Joseph-Eugene Schneider take over an abandoned
foundry in Le Creusot, France and, two years later, create Schneider & Cie, focusing
primarily on the steel industry. Schneider & Cie grows rapidly, specializing in the
production of heavy machinery and transportation equipment, and eventually becomes
the Schneider Group, a diversified conglomerate.
1975: The Schneider Group acquires an interest in Merlin Gerin, one of the top
manufacturers of electrical distribution equipment in France.
1981-1997: Schneider Group re-focuses on the electrical industry by divesting its
nonstrategic assets and undertakes a series of strategic acquisitions:
Télémécanique[27] in 1988, Square D[28] in 1991 and Merlin Gerin[29] in 1992.
1999: Schneider Group acquires Lexel, one of Europe’s largest suppliers of installation
systems and control solutions.[buzzword][buzzword]
In May 1999, the Schneider Group is renamed
Schneider Electric to clearly identify its expertise in the electrical field.
2010: Schneider Electric launches a €70 million venture capital fund with Alstom to
create Aster and to support innovative start-ups in the fields of energy and the
The company is an ITER supplier.
2014: Schneider Electric advertises a cooperation with German power supplier RWE.
2015 – 2016: Schneider Electric refocuses on IoT, sustainability and efficiency, and
introduces its IoT-enabled architecture and platform, EcoStruxure.
2017: Schneider Electric takes control of AVEVA Group PLC,[31] a provider of
engineering and industrial software based in the UK, folding industrial software assets
into AVEVA’s operations.[32]
2018 : Schneider’s L&T Acquisition to Power ‘Make In India’ Mission[33]
2019: Schneider launches its cross-industry digital ecosystem, Schneider Electric
2020 : Schneider acquires ProLeiT AG, supplier of specialized industrial control and
MES software for the brewery (Brewmaxx), dairy, pharmaceutical, beverage and food
industry headquartered in Herzogenaurach, Germany.[35] In September 2020, Schneider
Electric launched a new smart equipment that will help electricity distribution companies
in Nigeria to fix grid faults, restoring power after disruption within minutes.[36]

1838: “La Gironde”, the first French locomotive

The Schneider logo in the 1950s

One of the first brochures for Telemecanique industrial control products. Telemecanique was
acquired by Schneider Electric in 1988


Keeping churches closed while finishing digital network of ability to interrupt food, pharma, electric communication supply chain worldwide.


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