New Managing­ Director

With effect from 01.09.2011, Jörg Hoffmann has been appointed as a member of the management at AUMUND Fördertechnik GmbH. Hoffmann was previously a member of the management at SCHADE Lagertechnik in Herne which belongs to the ­AUMUND Group. In conjunction with Franz-Walter Aumund and Dr. Volker Brandenburg he will assume responsibility for the operational side of the business. www.aumund.com

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