New GM of Drive Technology Division, Siemens in China
Effective from October 1st, 2012, Mr. Lin Bin is appointed as the General Manager of Drive Technologies Division (DT), Industry Sector, Siemens Ltd., China. Prior to this role, Mr. Lin Bin was the General Manager of Siemens Numerical Control Ltd., Nanjing (SNC) and General Manager of Standard Product Business Field.
Mr. Lin Bin
Mr. Lin Bin joined Siemens in 1997 as Sales Manager of Region East, the then Automation & Drives (A&D), Siemens Ltd., China. From 2000 to 2005, he worked as General Manager of Standard Drives Business Unit in A&D. Mr. Lin was assigned as the General Manager of Region South, A&D from May 2005, and then the General Manager of Region East 3 years later. Mr. Lin worked for Philips before joining Siemens.
With over 15 years’ experience in DT, Mr. Lin Bin has solid and thorough understanding of R&D, manufacturing and sales management. With Mr. Lin Bin’s lead, SNC has successfully developed a number of products including Simatic SMART LINE panels, Sinumerik 828D CNC controller and Sinumerik 808D CNC controller, Sinamics V20 inverter as well as Simatic S7-200 SMART PLC.
“I am very pleased to take this new role as the GM of DT Division. As one of the most important business within Industry, DT is playing a significant role in contributing greatly to the overall business growth. In the new fiscal year, we will drive to be more customer-centric for zero distance with our customers,” said Mr. Lin Bin.
About Siemens in China:
Siemens is a global leader in electronics and electrical engineering, operating in four business areas: industry, energy, healthcare, infrastructure and cities. Siemens, for 140 years, has pioneered cooperation with China at all fronts through its solutions, technologies and products. Siemens’ unique strengths in technological excellence, continuous innovation, outstanding quality and reliability are widely recognized in China. In Fiscal Year 2011 (October 1, 2010 – September 30, 2011), revenue for Siemens in China (excluding Osram and Siemens IT Solutions and Services) totaled €6.39 billion. With about 30,000 staff, 16 R&D centers, 65 operating companies and 65 regional offices across China, Siemens has become an integral part of the Chinese economy and continue in partnering with the country to address her pursuit of sustainable development.