Zollner Elektronik Board of Management Adds Markus Aschenbrenner

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Since the of April 1, 2019, Markus Aschenbrenner has been a new force in the Zollner Group's Board of Management.

Aschenbrenner is well known in Zollner Elektronik AG. He worked for the company from 1992 to 2014, his last position being the Area Director of Central Sales and Distribution and General Manager in the US. In 2014 he moved to Knick Elektronische Messgeräte GmbH & Co. KG in Berlin, where he was a member of leadership.

His return to Zollner is part of the succession planning for the chairman of the board of management and chairman of the electronics strategic business division, Johann Weber, who will go into retirement on the 31 of December, 2020. Step by step, Aschenbrenner will take over responsibility for the electronics strategic business division and the marketing and sales department. Johann Weber will remain the Chairman of the Board of Management function until his departure.

Starting in 2021, Board of Management member Ludwig Zollner will assume the function of spokesperson for the board, in addition to his other areas of responsibility.





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