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Ansættelse af ny administrerende direktør i Kongskilde Industries i Tyskland

Kongskilde Industries is pleased to announce the appointment of Markus Labruier as Managing Director of Kongskilde Industrietechnik GmbH with effect from 1 January 2022.

With 20 years of experience within global technical markets, Markus brings substantial operational, commercial, and strategic knowledge. During his extensive carrier, he has been dedicated to building customer-centric organisations to create partnerships with global machine-makers.

Markus Labruier holds a MSc in Law from Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-University Bonn.

Markus Labruier replaces Klaus Jockisch who has been Managing Director of Kongskilde Industrietechnik GmbH for 27 years.

CEO Jeppe Lund says, “I am pleased that Markus is joining Kongskilde in Germany at this important time in our growth trajectory. He will play a pivotal part in strengthening our German organization going forward.”

CCO Kim Johnsen adds, “We are delighted to appoint Markus to this position. His experience with serving customers and developing partnerships will help build on the current success we experience in the DACH markets. Germany and our central European markets are very important for us in Kongskilde, and it has been imperative for us to have a smooth transition from Klaus Jockisch, who built Kongskilde Germany, to Markus. With Markus, Kongskilde is in safe hands.  Klaus has much to be proud of with the team that he has built, and I am happy that Klaus is not leaving us but will help us in our continued efforts to build our global business.”

Markus Labruier comments, “It is with humbleness and excitement that I join the Kongskilde leadership team by taking over the responsibility for Kongskilde Industrietechnik GmbH. As a strong and long-established brand, we will remain loyal to our customer-centric approach, and in doing so the Kongskilde Industrietechnik GmbH team will unlock further potential in our area of responsibility in BeNeLux, DACH, parts of Eastern Europe, and Russia.“