Merger complete, Alexander Wassermann is moving on from the leadership of what is now manroland Goss.
The German press maker has announced his departure as part of the "post-merger-integration phase" about a year after the businesses of manroland web systems and Goss International were combined.
Former chief operating officer Franz Kriechbaum has been named as successor as chief executive, his appointment confirmed by shareholders L. Possehl and American Industrial Partners. Kriechbaum (pictured) has served as chief operating officer since 2017, and leads a team which includes
chief financial officer Dirk Rauh (finance, controlling, procurement, facility management) and chief corporate officer Daniel Raffler (corporate development, HR, legal, IT, marketing and communications).
In a statement today, the company said he and the management team "will continue to drive the company's established and successful strategy as a reliable, stable and highly customer-oriented solutions partner for all webfed offset printers.
"During the post-merger-integration phase the company has realigned its product portfolio and its global footprint to the solutions partner setup. The company has been transformed into a business unit organisation, each of them managed by dedicated business unit leaders. The business units are designed to support the global sales and service network of manroland Goss, comprising own market organisations and well-established agents, for the benefit of all customers."
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