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NHP APPOINTS NEW MANAGING DIRECTOR

02-02-2015
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NHP Electrical Engineering Products (NHP) has appointed Mr Stephen Coop as its new Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director.

Mr Coop comes to NHP from Schneider Electric, where he has been CEO of its Pacific business (which includes Australia and New Zealand) since 2011.

He was previously CEO of Schneider Electric businesses in the UK, the Balkans and Slovakia for varying periods since 2001.

In total, Mr Coop has nearly 30 years of senior management experience in the electrical engineering industry.

His experience covers all aspects of the electrical industry, particularly power distribution, motor control, automation systems and related products.

He is ideally suited to lead NHP in its existing business and further develop our emerging opportunities.

Mr Coop begins his new role at NHP on February 16. 

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