Rockwell Automation announces leadership change

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  Rockwell Automation announces leadership change

19. June 2018 – Rockwell Automation announced executive change on July 2, reporting to Blake Moret, Chairman and CEO.

Ted Crandall, Senior Vice President, Control Products & Solutions (CP & S), one of the company's two operating segments, announced his intention to retire toward the end of the 2018 calendar year. He will continue to report to Moret until retirement, working to ensure a successful transition. [19659003] Frank Kulaszewicz, currently Senior Vice President, Architecture & Software (A & S), the company's other operating segment, is taking over the leadership of Control Products & Solutions. Kulaszewicz is an experienced leader with a deep understanding of how to use technology to achieve positive results for our clients.

Fran Wlodarczyk, currently Vice President, Control Visualization at A & S, is promoted to Senior Vice President, A & S. Wlodarczyk brings expertise to both Rockwell Automation businesses, which span multiple global geographies, encompassing both product and solution businesses.

To reinforce the company's Connected Enterprise strategy, a Connected Enterprise Consulting team will be joined by Senior Vice President Robert (Bob) Murphy. Murphy currently heads Operations and Engineering Services (OES), responsible for all of Rockwell Automation's global manufacturing operations. With nearly 40 years of operational experience around the world, Murphy and this new team will help clients plan their Connected Enterprise journey.

Finally, Mike Laszkiewicz joins the Senior Leadership Team as Senior Vice President, OES. Mike has many leadership roles, most recently managing the power control business at CP & S. He is a thought leader in the field of manpower production. About Rockwell Automation

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Rockwell Automation is dedicated to industrial automation and information, making its customers more productive and the world more sustainable. Headquartered in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Rockwell Automation employs approximately 22,000 people in more than 80 countries.

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