Flatter Hierarchy Optimizes Sales Structure
New Director Sales & Marketing at Ferromatik Milacron
The new sales structure has a flatter hierarchy and places greater responsibility on the employees, enabling faster response to customers and markets. The same advantages apply to the integration of marketing with sales.
During the course of restructuring the four sales teams were geographically reorganized and staffed with new personnel. "With Robert Burzler we have an experienced manager leading a team that is optimally set up and highly motivated to meet the challenges of the current difficult economic situation", says Guy Moilliet, Managing Director of Ferromatik Milacron. "I am looking forward to this new challenge and to again having greater direct contact with our customers", says Robert Burzler, Director Sales & Marketing.
Robert Burzler has been with Ferromatik Milacron since 2000 - his first position was Product Manager for the MAXIMA series, then he was appointed Sales Manager for Germany and finally General Manager of Business Units ELEKTRA and MAXIMA. Prior to his changing to Ferromatik Milacron he was active for ten years in the plastics industry in the sales back office and in field service. Before this, Robert Burzler studied plastics technology at the Rosenheim technical college.
Winfried Stöcklin, the current General Manager of Business Unit K-TEC, will take over the management of Business Units ELEKTRA and MAXIMA, effective immediately. The previous Sales Manager Thomas Schwarzer and previous Marketing Manager Dr. Jörg Dassow left the company at the end of last year.
About Ferromatik Milacron GmbH
Ferromatik Milacron Maschinenbau GmbH develops, builds, and sells injection-molding machines for the production of plastic parts used in the packaging, automotive, medical, electrical/electronics/telecommunications (EET), and consumer goods industries. Ferromatik Milacron produces three machine series, ELEKTRA (all-electric), K-TEC (high performance), and MAXIMA (large machines) with a clamping force range of 300 to 30,000 kN. The company offers a wide selection of advanced technologies including monosandwich, multi-component, stack-turning mold and thin-wall technology. Ferromatik Milacron also provides a comprehensive service program for customers including before, during, and after sales support.
Ferromatik Milacron was founded in Malterdingen, Germany, in 1956. Today the company includes a world-wide sales and service network with 500 personnel in 50 countries. Ferromatik Milacron, along with its sister companies in the USA, India, and China, has been a part of Milacron Inc. since 1993.
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