Werner Bamberger goes into retirement on March 31, 2018, after more than 40 years in leading positions with Brückner Maschinenbau and as managing director of Brückner Servtec. His successor Tobias Fuchs, Head of Finance and Administration with Brückner Servtec, will take over responsibility as Chief Financial Officer (CFO) on January 01, 2018.
New Technical Director
At the same time Heinz Lind, up to now Head of Sales Far East and South East Asia with Brückner Maschinenbau, will become Technical Director of Brückner Servtec. With his vast experience in the film stretching business and strong technical background, he will focus on the development of upgrading solutions and service for film stretching lines of all manufacturers.
Enhanced Sales Presence
We would also like to announce that Christian Aigner, former Marketing Manager of Brückner Maschinenbau, is joining Brückner Servtec to work together with Andreas Waldner as Heads of Sales and Service. Aigner has been with Brückner for more than 27 years and is well known for his long-standing expertise in the film stretching business.
Andreas Waldner remains responsible for the entire Eastern Hemisphere, ranging from Turkey to Japan, whereas Christian Aigner will look after all customers in the Western Hemisphere, NAFTA, South America and Europe and support the quest for a safe, sustainable and profitable production.
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