MULTIVAC Announces Vice President Appointment

Philipp Losinger has recently taken on the role of Vice President of Subsidiary Operations in the Corporate Sales & Marketing division at MULTIVAC. Therefore, he is responsible for the management and strategic development of the subsidiaries in Africa, the Arab Emirates, and Oceania.

With a solid background in professional management experience in the international sales of machines and equipment, including within the food industry, Philipp Losinger was most recently responsible for managing the worldwide key accounts at Rational Int. AG.

The management of the sales and service subsidiaries within the MULTIVAC Group is divided into five regions worldwide. In addition to Philipp Losinger, there are four other Vice Presidents of Subsidiary Operations responsible for their particular regions: Dr. Nico Haßmann (Europe), Peder Rejmers (Asia, Northern Europe), Gregor Thomalla (Eastern Europe, CIS), and Kai Trapp (North, Central, and South America and Southern Europe).

“The Vice Presidents of Subsidiary Operations essentially coordinate the interaction between our subsidiaries and Group headquarters, and they work with the local managing directors to achieve strategic development, which is tailored to the particular market situation,” explains Dr. Tobias Richter, executive vice president, Corporate Sales & Marketing at MULTIVAC. “This also includes our business with third-party products and consumable materials,” he added.

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