Ramiro Virreira to oversee Southern Cone for Johnson Controls

Tuesday, December 26, 2017

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Johnson Controls

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Johnson Controls, a leader in the development of solutions that help create a safer, more comfortable and sustainable world, has announced its General Manager for the Southern Cone region in Latin America is now Ramiro Virreira, with the aim of strengthening its position in this market so amount

Ramiro Virreira is an Industrial Engineer graduated from the Universidad Mayor in Chile. He has more than 15 years of experience in leading multinational companies in the Energy, Mining and Oil & Gas sector. His profile includes a strong track record in General Electric and ABB in different divisions such as Energy Connections, Grid Solutions, Energy Management with regional sales responsibilities and general manager.

"Today we have the challenge of continuing to position Johnson Controls in the South region of Latin America through a powerful portfolio of solutions for all types of smart buildings, energy efficiency and infrastructure integration, fulfilling the promise of developing safer cities and communities, smart and sustainable, " says Virreira.

The appointment of the executive comes after Johnson Controls and Tyco Global, where they brought together the best of both companies to offer a more extensive portfolio for buildings, where it combines technology with knowledge and experience to develop solutions that contribute to the progress of the world, which meet today's needs and help to forge a better tomorrow.

"Through our HVAC, security and fire protection solutions, we intend to help our customers reduce operating costs, optimize energy consumption, create more productive environments and safer spaces," explains Ramiro Virreira.

About Johnson Controls:

Johnson Controls is a global company and multi-industry leader in diversified technology that serves a wide range of clients in more than 150 countries. Our 120,000 employees help create smart buildings, energy saving solutions, integrated infrastructure and state-of-the-art transportation systems that work in a coordinated fashion to deliver on our promise to build smart cities and communities. Our commitment to sustainability goes back to our roots in 1885, with the invention of the first electric room thermostat. We are committed to helping our clients obtain and create greater value for all our stakeholders through a strategic approach to our building platforms and energy growth.

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