Management changes at Erdwich Zerkleinerungs-Systeme GmbH
Posted on 23 Mar 2021 and read 710 times
Germany-based Erdwich Zerkleinerungs-Systeme GmbH
, last month appointed Florian Böhm-Feiglas to its management team (second left) following the retirement of Hans Erdwich after more than 30 successful years at the company. Mr Böhm-Feiglas will be working alongside managing director Harald Erdwich and procurement officer Reinhard Hirschmiller.
The company was founded in Bavaria in 1972 as a mechanical engineering and metal construction company by Johann Erdwich and it currently employs 40 people. Its three core businesses for machine and plant engineering are divided into the areas of reprocessing and recycling of reusable materials, destruction of hazardous waste and the shredding of waste for volume reduction. Erdwich GmbH is one of the top three companies in the world for the volume recycling of fridges.
Mr Böhm-Feigla joined the company as a graduate engineer for environmental and process engineering in 2007, initially as a project manager. In 2015, he was appointed technical manager and was responsible for major international projects as well as in-house development at Erdwich.
With his many years of experience and extensive industry knowledge, he will be tasked with shaping Erdwich's future and building on its global success. He said: “I am delighted about the trust placed in me by the management and the associated opportunity to now be able to play an even more active role in shaping the future development of the company.”
Hans Erdwich took over the management of Erdwich Zerkleinerungs-Systeme GmbH back in 1989 and has turned the company into an international, highly specialised engineering and production company. He will retained by the the company as a consultant.