Schneider Electric Signs 10 Independent Reps to Sell Control and Automation Products

Schneider Electric's recent decision to sell a basket of motion, drives, control and signaling products through 10 U.S.-based independent manufacturers representatives signals a departure from its typical sales strategy because the company most often uses factory salespeople to market its broad basket of electrical, control and automation products.

The reps, which have an average of 25 years' experience selling automation and control products, have a combined total of 100 salespeople

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