From July 1, 2021, Răzvan Encică took over the position of General Manager of Phoenix Contact Romania, the company announced in a press release. With an experience of 11 years at Phoenix Contact, Răzvan Encică is a graduate of university technical studies, specializing in Industrial Automation, at the Polytechnic University of Bucharest. In recent years he has held various management positions, between 2013 and 2021 being Director of Sales and Marketing.
“We aim to consolidate the results obtained so far by the Phoenix Contact group in Romania, moving further towards the strategic objective, that of being a strong partner for creative solutions in the field of connection technology, electronics and automation, which helps you to the first steps in the world of smart applications, towards digitalization and production efficiency”, said Răzvan Encică.
“The biggest challenges facing humanity – the fight against climate change and ensuring sustainable development – can be addressed technically through the All Electric Society”, he explains. “It is a world in which affordable electricity, generated from renewable sources, is available virtually unlimited as the main form of energy. The key to achieving this world is comprehensive electrification, networking and automation of all sectors of the economy and infrastructure. Phoenix Contact gives industry and society the opportunity to move forward with this transformation as we move into a sustainable world. The vision of the “All Electric Society” is based on a neutral future in terms of CO2 emissions, and the implementation of this vision is based on the intelligent coupling of all sectors participating in the energy cycle. Electrification, digitization and automation are the keys to this connection.”
About Phoenix Contact Romania
Phoenix Contact Romania was established in the spring of 2005 as a wholly owned subsidiary of Phoenix Contact GmbH & Co in Blomberg, Germany. With an 80-year market presence, Phoenix Contact is a leader in the production of components for electrical connections and industrial automation technology. Globally, the company today has 12,800 employees, 50 own subsidiaries, 30 partners and a turnover of over 2.5 billion EUR.