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Women in Automation – #3 Julia

EvelinBorissevich 21 March 2024 5 min. read
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From Bad Pyrmont to Vietnam: Julia’s automation journey

Dive into the world of automation through the eyes of Julia, a project manager at Phoenix Contact. Julia is currently leading an important project to replicate the success of their Bad Pyrmont electronics manufacturing facility in Vietnam.

This initiative is not just about scaling production; it’s about creating a blueprint for international collaboration and innovation.

1. What motivates you to work in the PLCnext Technology environment?

“Especially with such a large project as a site expansion, I have to deal with so many different areas and therefore also different colleagues, which means that you learn an incredible amount on the one hand and on the other, of course, you can also expand your network, even beyond the borders of the German site. What makes it even more exciting is that there is often no one right way to solve a problem or issue. This allows you to contribute your own ideas and help shape the process.”

2. Describe your workday in three emojis:

🌍 Global production network and international cooperation

🔭 Long-term planning and positioning for the future

🤝 Teamwork

3. What makes PLCnext Technology unique?

“Our team consists of many different professional backgrounds such as engineers, computer scientists, business economists, psychologists and many more, which enriches the collaboration immensely but sometimes also poses challenges. It is always fascinating to see how many experts on a wide range of topics can be found in the company, who are happy to share their knowledge and experience openly – even across several hierarchical levels. In addition, the friendly cooperation and loyalty of Phoenix Contact employees is really impressive.”

Julia’s journey with PLCnext Technology exemplifies innovation and collaborative culture that drive the industry forward. Her experience highlights the importance of diversity, strategic planning, and global cooperation in creating a successful and sustainable future in automation.

Stay tuned as we continue to explore the stories of our ‘Women in Automation’ and their contribution in the evolution of PLCnext Technology.

Evelin Borissevich
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