Rehm Expands Worldwide Sales Network


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Rehm Thermal Systems has expanded its sales team with the addition of Carsten Kramer as global solar director and director for Southeast Asia, and Dr. Klaus Brodt as sales for reflow condensation soldering systems and special systems.

Carsten_Kramer.jpgCarsten Kramer, Global Solar Director and Director for Southeast Asia

Kramer has been a new point of contact at Rehm photovoltaics since 1 April 2016. He is responsible for coordinating the worldwide sales activities for solar equipment and strategic development, in direct consultation with management. In addition, as Director for Southeast Asia, he will be managing the markets of Southeast Asia, India and Korea.

"I'm primarily focused on the expansion of the distribution structure, supporting it, on-site customer support and strengthening our position in the region," stresses Kramer. "With Rehm, I have joined an up-and-coming company with an exceptional reputation in the market."

He has worked in the industry for almost eight years as a managing director, among others, for thermal systems and solar products as well as the previous ten years in various positions at well-known companies in the automotive industry.

Dr. Klaus_Brodt.jpgDr. Klaus Brodt, Sales for Reflow Condensation Soldering Systems and Special Systems

Dr. Brodt joined the Rehm team on 1 June 2016 for the worldwide sales of CondensoX reflow condensation soldering systems and special systems for drying and tempering. After having successfully completed his doctorate as a physicist (specializing in heat transfer), he has gained extensive experience in the sale and further development of soldering systems, especially in the fields of reflow, vapor phase soldering and solder wave.

"It has always been of great importance to me to understand specific requirements in dialogue with the customer, in order to jointly configure a machine that perfectly meets expectations. At Rehm – a renowned company for forward-looking system technologies – we will further expand the condensation soldering sector and drive the market forward," says Dr. Brodt.

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