Vetropack Group: Johann Reiter Assumes Responsibility For Business Division Switzerland / Austria

Date: 29 June 2010
Source: Vetropack Group
Bülach, 29 June 2010. The Board of Directors of Vetropack Holding Ltd has handed over the leadership of Business Division Switzerland / Austria to Johann Reiter.

This business division consists of the Swiss company Vetropack Ltd and Vetropack Austria GmbH. Mr. Reiter has also been appointed a member of the Management Board. He has extensive experience in the steel industry on an international scale and is set to take up his new post at Vetropack on 1 November 2010.
 
Eduard Steininger, Head of Finance for Business Division Switzerland / Austria, has been responsible for the operational management of the business division on an interim basis since Rudolf Schraml passed away.

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