News: R STAHL appoints new Managing Director

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R STAHL appoints new Managing Director

Thomas Wittek will be responsible for leading several strategic growth initiatives in India and the APAC region. He will directly report to Dr. Mathias Hallmann, CEO of R. STAHL AG.
R STAHL appoints new Managing Director

R. STAHL AG, has appointed Thomas Wittek as Managing Director and Board Member of R. STAHL Private Limited, India. Thomas Wittek succeeds Joerg Fitzek, who will continue his association with R. STAHL India in the capacity of Regional Sales Director. In his new role, Thomas Wittek will be responsible for leading several strategic growth initiatives in India and the APAC region. He will directly report to Dr. Mathias Hallmann, CEO of R. STAHL AG.

Thomas Wittek has held several leadership roles for more than 20 years and has a proven track record of establishing sustainable and profitable businesses. Before joining R. STAHL, he has worked with several privately owned companies and large multinational business conglomerates across Europe, Far-East Asia & the Indian subcontinent. His most recent role was with a major tier-2 automotive supplier in India as their CEO.

Thomas Wittek adds, “I am confident India’s growth potential and economic opportunities will surpass that of most emerging markets and I am excited to build R. STAHL India as a Centre of Competence to support the APAC region, Middle East & Africa”.

Thomas Wittek will successfully lead and further develop R. STAHL India with his experience, knowledge and energy and will strive to help our customers achieve continued success.

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Topics: Appointments, C-Suite

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