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6th July 2018, Saerbeck

Saertex appoints Christoph Geyer as new CEO

Saertex has realigned the operational management of the group. For this purpose, the company has transferred management to the Saertex Global Executive Board with Christoph Geyer as the new Chief Executive Officer (CEO).

Christoph Geyer has been a member of the Saertex Group managing board since October 2016 in the role of Chief Sales Officer (CSO) and, in future, will also be responsible for the global sales activities of the company in addition to his new role as CEO. The other members of the Global Executive Board are Dr Guido Kritzler as Chief Financial Officer (CFO) and Dietmar Möcke as Chief Technology Officer (CTO).

Saertex Global Executive Board: Dietmar Möcke, Christoph Geyer, Dr Guido Kritzler (from left to right). © Saertex

“On the basis of their professional and business experience we are convinced that all three executives will be successful in guiding Saertex through agile markets,” said Klaus Lammers, one of the Saertex shareholders. The management realignment is part of the ongoing development of the Saertex organisation and the aim is to adapt the corporate structures to reflect dynamic global growth and changing market conditions.

“We are endeavouring to improve our performance and innovative strength for the benefit of our customers. Simultaneously, we are actively structuring generational change within the owning family in order to ensure that Saertex remains a family-owned company in future too,” said Bruno Lammers, company founder.

Headquartered in Saerbeck, Germany, Saertex is family-owned company with a turnover of approximately EUR 350 million and a global market leader in multiaxial non-crimp fabrics and core materials. The owning Lammers family will continue to closely support the development of the company. Simon and Klaus Lammers will remain actively involved in the company while Saertex founder, Bruno Lammers, will be constantly available to the company to assist with strategic issues and act in an advisory capacity.

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