Gammerler Announces New Global Management Structure
Press release from the issuing company
Hanover Park, IL, December 9, 2004 — Gammerler, the leading supplier of inline finishing equipment, announced today plans to implement a new global organizational structure designed to unify the company’s resources to improve customer support on a global basis. The new structure erases geographic boundaries between regional offices and is supported by the formation of a senior level global management team with collective responsibility for worldwide service, sales, marketing, finance, engineering and order management functions.
Led by Gunter Gämmerler, CEO, global management team members include Mark Legac, Global Manager / Sales & Marketing, Ronald Meisel, Global Manager / Engineering, Götz Leschonski, Global Manager / Logistics & Production, Stefan Kröger, Global Manager / Finance & Administration and Annett Hildebrandt, Global Manager / Project Management & Customer Service.
The transition to the new structure is scheduled to be completed by January 1, 2005 and is part of the company’s continuing efforts to better align itself with the changing demands of its international customer base. According to Mr. Gämmerler, “Organizing our management team at the global level demands that we create a broader vision from which we view our customers and will allow us to better assess and respond to their needs." In 2003 Gämmerler realigned its manufacturing plants into global centers of excellence to improve operational efficiency, centralize product expertise and further enhance product development programs.
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