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Nidec ASI announces Dominique Llonch as CEO

Nidec ASI announces Dominique Llonch as CEO

November 21, 2018 – Dominique Llonch is the Chairman of Nidec Industrial Solutions and CEO of Nidec ASI, the multinational leader in the Nidec Group’s Industrial Solutions sector. Dominique succeeds Giovanni Barra, who has been at the helm of the company since 2013.

Dominique Llonch has been appointed to fill by virtue of his deep knowledge of the sector and the various industries in which Nidec ASI operates, and his international record, which has allowed him to acquire a real understanding of the needs of customers operating in all major global markets.

Dominique Llonch has over 25 years of experience in the Aerospace, Oil & Gas, T&D and Power Generation sectors. He began his career as Program Manager for digital controls in Jet Engines, and then became Engineering and Service leader for Oil & Gas applications in DCS Solutions. He then held various positions of responsibility in the services, engineering, production and project execution areas, working in different regions of the world, including China, India, Russia, Europe, United States, the Middle East and Africa.

Dominique Llonch has also held roles in the Industry and Energy sectors. As Vice-Chairman of the Power Automation & Controls business at a global level in ALSTOM Power, Dominique Llonch was responsible for around 200 C&I projects for the construction of every type of power plant. He reorganised the business and refocused management’s attention on production and service excellence and on technological innovation in order to offer the best customer experience possible and to promote planned profitable strategic growth. Before joining Nidec, he held the position of General Manager Projects Europe & Africa in General Electric, managing the development of gas-fired plants for a value of over 5 billion euros. 

Dominique Llonch has a Master's degree in Aerospace Engineering obtained at the Ecole Nationale Supérieure de l’Aéronautique et de l’Espace (Sup’Aéro) and a Masterin Business Administration (MBA) at INSEAD.

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