TAKKT AG / Key word(s): Change of Personnel
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TAKKT Supervisory Board ensures continuity in Management Board activities
Stuttgart, Germany, 18 December 2013. At today's meeting, TAKKT AG's Supervisory Board appointed Dirk Lessing as a new member of the Management Board of TAKKT AG effective from January 1st, 2014. The contract has a term of three years. Lessing currently serves as Deputy Chairman of the Management Board of KAISER+KRAFT EUROPA GmbH, which is the biggest entity within the TAKKT Group. The appointment of Lessing also secures the succession of Franz Vogel, who will be starting his well-deserved retirement at the end of February 2014, as planned. Additionally, the Supervisory Board renewed the contract of Chief Financial Officer Claude Tomaszewski for five years until the end of October 2019.
Felix Zimmermann, CEO of TAKKT AG, comments: 'The appointment of Dirk Lessing and the contract renewal for Claude Tomaszewski ensures stability and continuity within the TAKKT Management Board. We want to thank Franz Vogel for his extraordinary and successful commitment for more than 28 years during which he was in duty for KAISER+KRAFT and TAKKT. Even though Franz Vogel will definitely leave a gap, the personnel decisions made today nevertheless build a good basis to overcome this challenge.'
Short profile of TAKKT AG
The TAKKT Group has over 2,500 employees and more than three million customers worldwide. TAKKT AG is listed on the SDAX and was admitted to Deutsche Boerse's Prime Standard on 01 January 2003.
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