Bystronic Appoints Roland Pabst Vice President of Glass Processing Systems Division

Roland Pabst has been promoted to vice president of Bystronic Inc.’s Glass Processing Systems Division. The position of president, held by Ulrich Troesch, remains unchanged.

Pabst, who joined Bystronic in January 2001, will oversee sales, customer service, billing, order management, training & application, and technical support electronics. Prior to joining Bystronic, Pabst worked extensively in the Container Glass industry where he held the position of head engineer and, later, was vice president of the International Business Worldwide. Pabst also worked in the field of gas turbines as a site manager and commissioning & service engineer for ASEA (formerly Brown Boveri). Pabst studied in Switzerland and holds a degree in mechanical engineering, and he conducted his post-graduate studies in business administration.

600450 Bystronic Appoints Roland Pabst Vice President of Glass Processing Systems Division
Date: 11 December 2002
Source: Glass Digest Magazine

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