Edward Monser, who has served as Emerson’s President since 2010 and as Chief Operating Officer from 2001-2015, is to retire on October 1. Michael Train, who has led Emerson’s Automation Solutions business since 2016, will become Emerson’s President.
Edward has helped to drive the company’s international growth and its global shared service organisations. A frequent world traveller, his 30-years-plus experience in senior operational positions has been pivotal as Emerson significantly extended its footprint and strengthened its global position in that time.
“Ed has been at my side for almost two decades, and his leadership and dedicated performance have benefitted me, all of his colleagues, our customers and Emerson’s shareholders,” said Emerson Chairman and Chief Executive Officer David Farr. “Most recently, Ed was instrumental in the successful restructuring and integration of our valves & controls acquisition – the largest deal in Emerson’s 128-year history. I am grateful to call Ed a friend and I thank him for all he has done to help create a strong future for this company.”
Michael, who became Executive President of Emerson Automation Solutions in 2016, will take over for Edward and also will serve as Chairman of Automation Solutions. He and Edward are currently advisory directors for Emerson. Michael is credited with leading Automation Solutions through a challenging industrial downturn from 2015 to 2017, and managing a strong new cycle of growth and performance for the business, including successful completion and integration of three critical acquisitions. Michael’s replacement will be named soon.
Michael began his career at Emerson in 1991 as an international planner, before his appointment as Vice President of planning and development for Emerson Asia-Pacific in 1994. He became President of Emerson in Japan and Korea in 1996, and then led the planning group from 1997 to 2002 as corporate vice president of planning and international. In 2002, Michael was named President of Emerson Process Management Asia-Pacific, a role he held until 2008. From 2008 to 2010, He led Emerson’s Rosemount business.
From October 2010 to April 2016, He served as president of global sales for Emerson Process Management. In 2016, he was also named to Emerson’s Office of the Chief Executive, which is responsible for the company’s global business strategies.
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15th August 2018