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Xantrex Technology, a subsidiary of Schneider Electric, appointed Matthew Campbell as manager of corporate communications.

Campbell, previously serving as marketing manager of the company's mobile division with responsibility for North American marine, recreational RV and commercial vehicles, now assumes an expanded role for overall corporate communications for both the mobile and renewable divisions.

He now directs all corporate public relations, media relations and internal communication initiatives. In addition, Campbell is managing the company's global rebranding strategy including overseeing the comprehensive Web migration to Schneider Electric.

"I am very pleased to have the opportunity to expand my role at Xantrex, while still remaining actively engaged in marine activities," Campbell said in a statement. "These are exciting times for Xantrex as we become Schneider Electric and refocus on the future of our company."

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