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Huang Weiming Is The New General Manager

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Huang Weiming Is The New General Manager
Huang Weiming Is The New General Manager

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With Huang Weiming, Eckelmann AG is expanding its business activities in China: Since July 1, Huang has been the new general manager of the Eckelmann Industrial Automation Technologies (Beijing) subsidiary founded in 2012.

"With Huang Weiming we have gained an experienced manager," explains Roland Simon, managing director of the subsidiary. "He knows the Chinese mechanical engineering market very well and has great intercultural skills, which is crucial for our further development of German-Chinese business relationships."

Master demanding communication processes between Beijing and Wiesbaden

From 1995 to 2001 Huang studied industrial engineering with a technical specialization in electrical engineering at the TU Darmstadt. After completing his studies, the graduate industrial engineer worked for a German manufacturer of position measuring systems for over 9 years. As plant manager, he set up production for the company in China and was responsible for product management and sales in China. Through his studies and continuous contact with Germany, he speaks German fluently, which significantly facilitates the demanding communication processes between Beijing and Wiesbaden on complex technical issues.

As part of a stay of several weeks in Germany, Huang is currently getting to know the diverse possibilities of Eckelmann's CNC control solutions for machine equipment. "In addition to the application focus on CNC cutting with plasma, oxyfuel and laser, Eckelmann Beijing will also offer solutions for other processing technologies in the future," announced Huang. "We adapt to the specific requirements of Chinese machine builders by, among other things, a larger selection of interfaces." (Kj)

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