Jeumont-Schneider was a French electric and mechanical engineering group, founded in 1964.
The company had activities in electric motors and other power electrical equipment, industrial controls and automation, hydraulic pumps, and included equipment for the nuclear industry.
In 1992 the activities of Jeumont-Schneider Industrie relating to nuclear power were taken over by Framatome. Other activities of the group: Jeumont Schneider Industrie and the division Jeumont-Schneider Automation went into joint management by Framatome and Alstom-Alcatel; the division were renamed Jeumont Industrie and Jeumont Automation.
- "History", www.jeumontelectric.com, archived from the original on 2009-10-07
- Schneider Electric - 170 years of history (PDF), Schneider Electric, March 2005, Appendix p.27
- Jeumont Industrie (in French), Archives nationales du monde du travail, 1998, pp. 4–5, §3,; p.5, §5; p.10, §1.3
- Creusot-Loire (press release), Schneider Electric, 17 February 1992
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