Glass-wrap appoints Mario Luettecke as new CEO

Glass-wrap GmbH is pleased to announce the appointment of Mario Luettecke as its new CEO as of September 1.   Mr.

Luettecke has more than 18 years of international experience in the construction industry of which the last 8 years with Josef Gartner, a member of the Permasteelisa Group and large international façade cladding company.

Within Josef Gartner he quickly rose through the ranks across the globe and most recently served as the company’s General Director for Russia. Mr. Luettecke brings with him a wealth of management and leadership expertise, a proven track record of success, intimate knowledge of the industry and a passion for making a positive impact.

‘I am very happy to join Glass-wrap, a highly professional organization with a unique product that will make a profound impact on the way flat glass has been transported and handled for over a 100 years. I look forward to add my expertise and industry knowledge in making Glass-wrap into an international success and benchmark for the industry. Glass-wrap is the world’s first flat glass packaging system that successfully combines substantial cost savings, safety and sustainability into one great product’, says Luettecke.

The Glass-wrap Board is convinced that Mr. Luettecke will successfully use his skills as a dynamic and competitive construction and façade management professional to take Glass-wrap to the next level.

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Glass-wrap, the newly developed packaging system for flat glass, fundamentally changes a more then 100 year old, complex and expensive form of logistics. More over Glass-wrap is developed to protect flat glass, to simplify transport, handling, warehousing and site storage and to greatly enhance the safety of employees.

Glass-wrap reduces cost substantially –in some cases up to 60%- for just about every player in the flat glass supply chain. From fabricator, wholesaler, internet (re)seller, right down to construction companies and door & window manufacturers.

Glass-wrap is a German patent pending innovation registered at the German Patent Office and internationally through the World Intellectual Property Organization. The company’s long-term goal is to position Glass-wrap as the worldwide no. 1 brand in packaging systems for, amongst others, the flat glass industry.

Glass-wrap the flat glass packaging system that saves more than it costs.

For more information please contact:

Fried-Jan Unger, Board Director: or

Mario Luettecke, CEO:

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