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14/07/2016 – Sympatex Technologies — auf Deutsch lesen

Management change at Sympatex Technologies

With effect from 11th July, Dr. Rüdiger Fox was appointed CEO and management spokesman of the Sympatex Technologies GmbH. Haiko Stüting will remain in his position as commercial manager.

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Dr. Rüdiger Fox, CEO and management spokesman of the Sympatex Technologies GmbH (Photo: Sympatex)

 

Michael Kamm, CEO and management spokesman since 2010, has left the company by mutual agreement. Dr. Rüdiger Fox will join Sympatex as an experienced CEO and manager. He has acquired more than 25 years of management experience working for international companies in the automotive, telecommunications and aviation industries. In addition to international advisory mandates, Dr. Fox has most recently been a guest lecturer for “Corporate Management 4.0” at universities in Munich, Berlin and Hamburg, amongst others. The 50-year old is a graduate engineer, an economist and received his doctorate in corporate management.

August von Joest, Chairman of the Board at Sympatex Technologies: “With Dr. Rüdiger Fox, we have been able to engage a professionally and personally highly qualified manager. He will strategically expand our three business divisions Apparel, Footwear and Contract & Workwear at the international level while also developing the ecological orientation of the Sympatex brand.”

“We would like to sincerely thank Mr Kamm for his work during the past six years. Under his leadership, the Sympatex brand has successfully been positioned as an ecological alternative among functional textile specialists and has been firmly established on the market. We wish him all the best for his future,” says Mr von Joest.

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