Change in the Management of the Brandenburger Group of Companies
May 27, 2010
With effect from 1st April 2010 Tim Brandenburger has been appointed CEO of the Brandenburger Group of Companies. Dr. Holger Schmeisser has left the company’s general management after approx. a year and a half as an interim manager.
Together with Holger Zinn, who has been appointed managing director of Brandenburger Liner GmbH & Co. KG, Brandenburger Kanalsanierungs-GmbH and UV-Reline.tec GmbH & Co. KG in June 2009, Tim Brandenburger is now the contact person for all partners in these business areas.
Dr. Holger Schmeisser, who ran the Brandenburger Company Group during the past year and a half as an interim manager after the previous managing directors had resigned, has left the company’s general management on 1st April 2010.
"It was the best decision to contract Dr. Schmeisser, one of the most capable managers in his field, as a "crisis manager". Dr. Schmeisser succeeded in guiding the Brandenburger Group of Companies through a difficult time of changes and thereby laid the foundations for modernization and restructuring", Tim Brandenburger gives his special thanks to the leaving manager. "The Brandenburger Group of Companies has made use of this time and is now a modern, independent and stable family-owned company and is well-positioned for the future. Our goal is now to strengthen the newly developed structures in production, sales and services in order to ensure further growth", says Tim Brandenburger. "The changes in the management and many other key positions are seen as a chance to break up rigid structures, achieve acceptance of innovations and bring a much fresher feel to the company. We want to be innovative, defend our market position and be one of the most attractive employers in our region."
Brandenburger Group of Companies
76829 Landau / Pfalz
Tel.: +49 (63 41) 51 04 – 279
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