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Arburg Announces New Managing Director, Technology and Engineering

At the start of the year, Guido Frohnhaus took over as managing director, technology and engineering at Arburg GmbH + Co KG in Lossburg.

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At the start of the year, Guido Frohnhaus took over as managing director, technology and engineering at Arburg GmbH + Co KG in Lossburg. The 50-year-old engineer's remit includes the production, research and development, materials administration and technical administration departments.

Frohnhaus brings the ideal qualities to his role as managing director, technology and engineering at Arburg. For many years, he was employed at the Turck Group, one of the leading groups of companies in the industrial automation sector.

As a managing director at Werner Turck GmbH & Co. KG in Halver, Frohnhaus was responsible for the development and production departments. Prior to this, he spent around five years as vice president of technology at the Turck national subsidiary in the USA, as well as several years working in management roles at an automotive supplier.

Frohnhaus began his career by completing an apprenticeship as a toolmaker. He then went on to study mechanical engineering, specializing in manufacturing engineering, at the University of Wuppertal. While working in the USA, he also obtained a Master of Business Administration (MBA) from Capella University in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA.

Over the past few months, the technology and engineering management division has been led on an interim basis by Managing Partner Juliane Hehl. Arburg's senior management team is now once again complete and is made up of Managing Partners Michael Hehl (plant development and spokesperson for the management team), Juliane Hehl (marketing) and Renate Keinath (human resources management), Senior Consulting Partner Eugen Hehl and Managing Directors Juergen Boll (finance, controlling, IT), Gerhard Boehm (sales, service) and Guido Frohnhaus (technology and engineering).