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New corporate structure at KIEFEL
Company management at KIEFEL GmbH, of Freilassing (Germany), has been implementing a new corporate structure. The company will be organised, effective from 1st February 2010, into divisions designated "Automotive Industry", "Medical Industry", "Packaging Industry" and "After-Sales-Service" respectively.
Kiefel is a leading supplier of technology to the car industry, specialising in the manufacture of vehicle interiortrim components made of plastic. For producers of bags for medical use, Kiefel offers fullyautomatic plastics welding lines based on HF or thermal contact technology, along with highperformance filling systems. Kiefel is also a partner to the packaging sector, above all as a supplier of highperformance automatic pressure forming machines and cup forming equipment. Our After Sales Service helps to ensure optimum availability and a long service life for equipment supplied by Kiefel.
"This new corporate structure is designed to let us target our products and services at each individual sector, while effective cooperation between the areas of sales, engineering, project management and sectorspecific processing technology is intended to deliver clear increases in efficiency. The objective of all this is to sharpen the focus on our markets, our customers and their respective projects." says CEO Thomas J. Halletz.
Changes to the company management team have been announced at the same time: Anton Huber, who was for many years the Managing Director for the Technical Department, left the company on 31st January 2010 to take up new professional challenges. Thomas J. Halletz, previously Managing Director for Sales, will also take on - effective from 1st February 2010 - the responsibility for the Technical Department. Peter Eisl, previously our Head of Finance and Controlling, is to be - likewise effective from 1st February 2010 - the new Managing Director of the Commercial Department.
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