Video: New Double Head At Hydraulic Specialist
Christian Rösch and Dr.-Ing. Reinhard Pfendtner jointly took over the management of Weber-Hydraulik GmbH on October 1, 2016.
As a former plant manager and chief operating officer of the manufacturer for hydraulic components and system solutions, Pfendtner (51) takes on the role of technical manager. Previously, the doctor of electrical engineering worked for Robert Bosch as managing director for the Indian and Spanish subsidiary of the Chassis Systems division and as project manager for restructuring the Chassis Systems division.
Christian Rösch (46) takes on the role of commercial manager. He is responsible for the departments of purchasing, IT, human resources as well as finance and controlling. Rösch brings many years of experience from his time in the management of the mechanical engineering group KSB. Most recently, he was responsible for the Central Europe region as Regional Executive Officer Finance. Before that, the graduate in business administration held various management positions at the automotive suppliers Faurecia and Behr. (kj)
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