Louis Chenevert was born in the year 1958 in Montreal, Quebec. He had a normal childhood during which he developed an interest in business and entrepreneurship at a young age. He knew that with hard work, success is bound to follow. Chenevert went to the HEC Montreal Business school at the University of Montreal where he specialized in production management where he is responsible for goods produced with the best quality and quantity at a fast speed and at a minimum cost to allow an overall profit. The efficiency of a company often relies significantly on production management and Chenevert wanted to be part of company success.
Chenevert is a Canadian, he has worked hard by knowing what wanted and worked to achieve his goals and determination has driven him to meet all. He has achieved greatness in the business as an entrepreneur.
Chenevert landed a job with General Motors at St Therese, Quebec. He was hired by a man called Guy Hachey and put him in charge of the General Motors Assembly line Montreal. They both had an interest in improving the company and rising through the ranks in the process. Chenevert was not completely satisfied with his position in the General Motors after having worked there for 14 years. He felt it was about time to transition to a different industry.
Karl Krapek was another veteran in the same company who was looking forward to changing himself. He convinced Chenevert jump into aeroscope industry was in the best interest. In 1993 Louis decided to make the transition to the aeroscope industry and joined Pratt and Whitney Canada (PWC). It is an aircraft engine manufacturer based in Canada just outside Montreal.
In 1996 the vice president of P and W was retiring, and Chenevert was chosen to succeed him. After Chenevert got in the job, it took him three years before he was named the president of P and W in 1999. Chenevert later moved to UTC where he became the director then in 2008 he became the president and CEO of the UTC companies. He also received degrees and a doctorate honor from the university where the patients have access to the latest cancer therapies and best care. Louis is also useful in charitable events where he supports the Yale Cancer Centre. He is now retired, but with him, you can never predict what opportunity he has next.