Jubaili Bros, a leading provider of Energy Solutions in the Middle East, Africa and Asia region, has announced the appointment of Dr Marcus Schumacher as the new Group CEO.
Schumacher has more than 25 years of global experience across multiple industries. At Johnson Controls, he was Global Vice President Product Management and Engineering, & General Manager EMEA Industrial Refrigeration Products after heading Johnson Controls’ Building Technology Group in the Middle East for more than 3 years.
Prior to that, he had been General Manager (Mena and India) for Eaton’s Oil & Gas electrical and process instrumentation business and had been head of technology for Aixtron.
Schumacher received his master’s degree in electrical engineering and a PhD in Material Science, both from RWTH Aachen, a leading University in Germany and attended several executive leadership programs at Wharton Business School and Rice University in the US.
Commenting on his appointment, Schumacher said: "I am truly excited to join a team of highly talented professionals in power generation, and emerging solar sector having a history of more than 40 years in this diverse region."
Ramzi Jubaili, the co-founder and chairman of the board, said: "We are excited to bring new talents into our organization to help us continue with our successful journey in supporting our customers by further enhancing our portfolio towards services and solutions in the energy sector whilst expanding our geographical footprint across the region."
"With an extensive corporate background we are confident that Schumacher will further build our success in delivering technology leading power solutions making people´s lives safer and more comfortable," stated Maher Jubaili, the co-founder and vice chairman of the board.
With over 40 years of experience and over 1300 employees, Jubaili Bros is a pioneer in delivering conventional and renewable energy solutions. It operates from offices in 10 countries with three manufacturing plants and 29 branches and service centres.-TradeArabia News Service