Glaston Strengthens Its One-Stop-Partner Business

Date: 21 December 2007
Source: Glaston
Glaston strengthens its One-Stop-Partner Business and focuses on OSP deliveries and further development of the OSP offering.

In order to improve Glaston’s One-Stop-Partner (OSP) delivery process and develop the One-Stop-Partner offering Glaston’s current OSP-unit is divided into two units as from January 7th, 2008: the One-Stop-Partner Offering unit and the One-Stop-Partner Deliveries unit.

Henrik Reims, Master of Science, Electric Engineering, has been appointed Senior Vice President, One-Stop-Partner Deliveries as of January 7th, 2008. Henrik Reims is a member of Glaston Corporation’s Executive Management Group and reports to Mika Seitovirta, President and CEO of Glaston Corporation. Henrik Reims comes to Glaston from IBM Finland. "Henrik Reims has a broad experience in project management, customer solutions delivery and process re-engineering. The appointment of Henrik Reims comes at a moment when global project management skills are needed and I warmly welcome Mr. Reims to our team", says CEO&President Mika Seitovirta. Günter Befort, SVP Software Solutions, has been appointed to be responsible for the development of Glaston’s One-Stop-Partner Offering as of January 7th, 2008. "Since the acquisition of Albat+Wirsam in July 2007 our most comprehensive glass processing integration know how is at Albat+Wirsam. Because of this Günter Befort has been appointed to be responsible for the development of our OSP Offering", says Mika Seitovirta. Günter Befort continues as Managing Director for Albat+Wirsam. In this connection SVP One-Stop-Partner , Mauri Leponen has decided to pursuit his career outside Glaston Corporation as from April 1st, 2008.

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