OCT 23, 2017
ST. LOUIS – October 23, 2017 – Nidec Motor Corporation (NMC) has promoted Tim Schamel into the role of President of its newly created Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning, Refrigeration (HVACR) business unit for Commercial Industrial Solutions (CIS) Americas.
Since April 2016, Schamel has been Nidec’s Vice President/General Manager for its HVACR operations. Prior to joining Nidec, he held roles with increasing responsibility and scope as the Division Marketing Manager for the Sporlan Division of Parker Hannifin, as a Director of Marketing and Market Development Manager at Emerson, and in marketing and product management for HVAC at MagneTek. His academic credentials include a B.S. in mechanical engineering from the Missouri University of Science & Technology, and an MBA from the University of Missouri–St. Louis.
“Nidec’s numerous acquisitions during the last few years have brought about new opportunities and synergies related to our Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEM) and Aftermarket products,” said President of CIS Americas Sid Ambort. “We are very excited to have Tim lead and drive the future growth initiatives for us and our valued customers in these areas.”
About Nidec Motor Corporation
NMC is a leading manufacturer of commercial, industrial, and appliance motors and controls. The NMC product line features a full line of high efficiency motors, large and small, which serve industrial, residential, and commercial markets in applications ranging from agriculture, water treatment, mining, oil and gas, and power generation to pool and spa motors, air conditioning condensers, rooftop cooling towers, and commercial refrigeration. It also makes motors, controls, and switches for automotive and commercial markets. For more information, visit http://www.nidec-motor.com/
Nidec is a global corporation comprised of over 300 group companies with highly reputed engineering capabilities in motor-related fields. Nidec Group specializes and handles motor application products based on “everything that spins and moves,” from small precision to supersized motors and drives.