Board changes at Wacker Neuson
January 10, 2017 | Comments (0)
The chief sales officer of telehandler manufacturer Wacker Neuson, Jan Willem Jongert has left the company “due to differences in opinion over the concrete implementation of the group’s existing sales strategy.”
Jongert and the supervisory board apparently reached a mutual and amicable agreement for him to step down as of yesterday. Alexander Greschner, 46, took over his role as of today, he was previously managing director at the Reichertshofen production facility for light equipment, near Munich, a job he has held for the past three years.
Jongert, 52, was only appointed to the role last February after joining the company from Schwarzmüller commercial vehicles, where was chief executive. He See New sales director for Wacker Neuson He took over from chief executive Cem Peksaglam who retained responsibility for overall sales strategy.
The executive board now comprises four members, chief executive Cem Peksaglam responsible for strategy, mergers & acquisitions, HR, legal, compliance, real estate, investor relations, corporate communication and sustainability. Martin Lehner director of R&D, procurement, production and quality, Wilfried Trepels chief financial officer who took over from Günther Binder at the start of the year and now Greschner with responsibility for sales.