RHEINTACHO extends management and reaches record turnover in 2018
RHEINTACHO Messtechnik GmbH in Freiburg, Germany, set a new sales record in 2017. According to the company, this has now been increased by a further 14 % in 2018. Christoph Mozer, managing partner: "We are of course very proud to have achieved this growth. My special thanks go to the entire workforce and also to our suppliers, without whose cooperation this would not have been possible."
New products, several large contracts and many new sensor developments made it possible to master the increasingly difficult international market with great success also in 2018. Further sales growth is forecast for 2019.
The very good business development also brings with it challenges that made it necessary to adapt the company's organisational structures: Together with Christoph Mozer, Elmar Lackermaier will form the top management of RHEINTACHO Messtechnik GmbH in the future. Elmar Lackermaier has been with the company for 19 years and has successfully managed the development department. Peter Cisar took over the position of development manager in February 2018. With his many years of experience in sensor technology, the company sees him as the perfect candidate for this position.
Dr Andreas Gombert has been new on board as COO since May 1, 2018. In this function, he is responsible for the management, control and organisation of all manufacturing and logistics processes. Andreas Gombert brings with him a wealth of experience from well-known companies, including those in the solar industry and electronics manufacturing.
In addition, Wolfgang Sexauer, head of sales & marketing, was granted power of attorney with effect from 1 February 2018.
Christoph Mozer: "I am delighted that we have been able to strengthen our management team with Mr Cisar and Dr Gombert. Together with the promotion of Mr Lackermaier and Mr Sexauer, we have put RHEINTACHO in a very good position to meet future challenges. I am confident that with this team we will be able to continue on our successful path in the years to come."