Viscom's Michael Mügge is named the new deputy head of the FED regional group Hanover

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Michael Mügge, sales engineer at Viscom, is the new deputy head of the Professional Association of Electronics Designs' (FED) regional group Hanover. The head of the regional group is Ruud Wilms from the GED Society for Electronics and Design mbH. Michael Mügge succeeds Volker Spitzer from WABCO, who for personnel reasons, has given up this honorary post, but remains a personnel member of the FED. The selection took place on June 5th during the FED's regional group meeting at the GED GmbH in Hanover.

Michael Mügge will represent the FED members in the FED's advisory council and will organize and moderate the FED regional group meetings. The further education of young people is especially important to him. "We already collaborate with the vocational school for metalworking and electrical engineering (BBS-ME) in Hanover," said Michael Mügge. "In the future, we want to further integrate young qualified personnel and professionals to inspire them with a range of subjects such as automatic inspection solutions and ambitious development projects."

Viscom is highly supportive of Michael Mügge's work. "As Europe's leading manufacturer of systems for optical and X-ray inspection, we bring a great deal of expertise to the FED and and we profit from the exchanges of experience with other electronic companies," said Volker Pape, Executive Board of Sales, International Business and Company Development at Viscom. "Our involvement helps us to maintain a technological edge and to develop optimal solutions for our customers."
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