Carmichael Named President of IPC China PDF Print E-mail
Written by Mike Buetow   
Tuesday, 27 November 2012 18:29

BANNOCKBURN, ILIPC has appointed former Haier Group subsidiary executive Philip S. Carmichael president of its China branch.

Carmichael has served in five Fortune 500 companies since 1983, and has lived in Asia for more than 30 years. He was CEO of Unisteel Technologies; president of the Asia Pacific subsidiary of Haier; chairman of Asia Pacific and corporate vice president of Lexmark, and corporate vice president and regional director for China, Taiwan, Korea and Hong Kong for Rockwell.

As president of IPC China, Carmichael will lead the organization’s local operations and staff, reporting to IPC president and CEO John Mitchell. He will relocate to China in January.



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