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Tobias Weber is the new CEO of the Weber Group

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Starting with the 1st of January, 2018, Tobias Weber has become the new Chief Executive Officer (CEO) at Weber Maschinenbau and thus he will assume the overall responsibility within the Weber Group, according to a statement.

Posted on Jan 18 ,10:23

Tobias Weber is the new CEO of the Weber Group

 

"We set the pace when it comes to innovative and highly efficient equipment for slicing and loading cheese, meat and sausages. Our aim is to achieve technological leadership with our latest portfolio extension, the packaging machines, as well. We want to be the first contact concerning an advanced and trend-setting production of cold cuts”, explains Weber. “Therefore I will continue to focus on our greatest strength – the closeness to our customers – by an uncompromising alignment of the entire organization on our customers. Furthermore, we will concentrate on the establishment of our own subsidiaries worldwide."

The oldest son of company founder Günther Weber has been an active part of the company since 2009: first as head of the application technology department, then as head of strategic business development and since June 2016 as managing director.

Weber Maschinenbau is one of the leading system providers for cold cuts. The company employs over 1,300 employees at 22 locations in 18 nations.

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