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Tetra Pak appoints three new directors

February 21, 2019
Chemical Value Chain

Food packaging and processing company Tetra Pak has appointed Hermann Nortmann as its new processing director, Matthias Enste as services director, and Peter Mayer as its key account director, reports www.rundschau.de.

The move is aimed to bring the company’s processing, packaging, and services departments closer together.

They will report to the managing director of Tetra Pak Mid Europe, Stephan Karl, the report said.

Roles And Responsibilities
Nortmann will be responsible for the distribution of process equipment for all applications in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland.

He will also be a member of the board of Tetra Pak Processing GmbH.

Enste will take charge of the group’s services unit, including the processing and packaging departments, as well as technical consultancy services.

As the key account director, Mayer will take charge of the packaging unit in Germany.

By Dayeeta Das

Source: European Supermarket Magazine

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