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New management for Sempertrans

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World Cement,

The Sempertrans segment of the Semperit Group has a new management team, which aims to increase profitability sustainability, and use marketing opportunities efficiently. With two recent contracts in Asia and America, the company has recently been doing very well.

Since April 2017, Markus Keller (49) has been Head of the Sempertrans segment. In this position, he is responsible for the realignment of the segment and the associated stronger positioning as a solution provider. He studied mechanical engineering, has 25 years of experience in the conveyor belt industry and has worked successfully as Head of Technical and Operations of Sempertrans since 2011.

As Head of Operations since June 2017, Franz-Otto Geesmann (49) has strengthened the Sempertrans management team, bringing with him years of experience in the field of conveyor belt technology. Prior to that, he contributed his technological expertise as well as his extensive industry knowledge to renowned companies such as RWE, thyssenkrupp and FLSmidth.

In August 2017, Peter Klaus took over the position as Head of Commercial Sempertrans. After 22 years of various positions with ContiTech and three years with Fenner, he worked most recently as Managing Director of Fourthane Productive Solutions in Chile. The fifty-year-old studied mechanical and production engineering in Hannover.

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