Wassmer to be Kelvion CEO

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Dr Robert Wassmer becomes Kelvion CEO on July 1

GERMANY: Heat exchanger manufacturer Kelvion has appointed Dr Robert Wassmer as CEO, effective July 1.

Described as an experienced CEO with extensive national and international experience, Dr Wassmer is currently CEO of Knorr-Bremse Rail Vehicle Systems GmbH, the European Railway Division of Knorr-Bremse. Previously, he was executive vice president of Demag Cranes AG, and CEO of Gottwald Port Technology, president of MAG Industrial Automation Systems Europe and bogies division president at Bombardier Transportation.

Klaus-Peter Glöckner, who took over duties as Kelvion’s chief sales officer in January becomes managing director of Kelvion Holding GmbH in April. In the last twelve years he has successfully developed and expanded the business of the plate heat exchanger from Kelvion. He previously worked in various sales positions, and general management positions with Ingersoll-Rand and Jagenberg AG in USA, UK and France.


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