Ansgar Brock Meyer(left) and Peter Jenelten.(Stadler Images)
Stadler has undergone a planned long beforehand Change in Group management: After 19 years in the service of Stadler to sales manager Peter Jenelten has decided to switch to the private holding of Chairman Peter Spuhler. As the successor to the function of marketing and sales director Ansgar Brockmeyer could be won. By unanimous decision of the Board The engineer has been appointed a member of the Executive Committee yesterday.
Ansgar Brockmeyer takes over by decision of the Board of yesterday Monday, the head of the Sales and Marketing Division. At the same time the 52-year-old takes a seat on the Executive Committee of Stadler. He is joined on 1 March 2019 as Group Sales Responsible for trains and deputy Peter Jenelten Stadler. Ansgar Brockmeyer studied electrical engineering and a PhD at the RWTH Aachen 1997th From 1997 to 2013 he held various positions at the former Siemens Transportation Systems (now Siemens Mobility), most recently as CEO of Business United High Speed and Commuter Rail in Krefeld (Germany). 2013 joined Brock Meyer to Knorr-Bremse, where he worked until 2017 as CEO at Knorr-Bremse Asia Pacific (Holding) Ltd. worked in Hong Kong. He not only brings deep technical knowledge of rail vehicles, but also a great passion for trains and locomotives. This comes to him and especially to his students even in his teaching position for “Electric trolley drives” at RWTH Aachen University, Institute for Power Electronics and Electrical Drives, benefit. Ansgar Brock Meyer is married and father of two children.
Peter Jenelten (born 1957) has decided to take on new responsibilities in the private PCS Holding by Peter Spuhler after 19 years in the use of Stadler. Peter Jenelten had changed in June 2000 of Adtranz to Stadler. Stadler electrical engineer has built up over the past nearly 20 years with great personal commitment an international distribution network. Under his responsibility for multi-site sales and marketing activities outstanding services are provided, which have led at the end of 2018 to an accumulated backlog of 13.2 billion Swiss francs and are expected to lead by 2020 to a jump in net sales to almost 4 billion francs.
Dr. Thomas Ahlburg, Group CEO of Stadler, said:
“We are pleased to have found Ansgar Brockmeyer a highly qualified new director for sales and marketing and successor of Peter Jenelten. We are confident that our global sales activities will be continued successfully with him in order to supply customers around the world with innovative Stadler vehicles. Peter Jenelten we thank for his extraordinary commitment for Stadler and wish him well in his new endeavors. Without a doubt Peter Jenelten has shaped over many years the positive perception of our customers. He has worked with a lot of passion, so that customer requirements optimally flow into our vehicles. “
Peter Spuhler, Chairman of Stadler, adds:
“I thank Peter Jenelten also on behalf of the entire Board for two decades great commitment to Stadler. His work has contributed significantly to the success of Stadler. I am very pleased that he is further in the future in my PCS Holding as a long-time companion by my side. With Ansgar Brockmeyer Stadler has a committed, capable new Head of Sales and Marketing Division found.”
With this change on the Group Executive tip Stadler continues its planned long in generational change. Heralded this with the appointment of the new Group CFO Raphael Widmer in 2016. As of 1 January 2018 was followed by the handing over of the position of Group CEO Peter Spuhler Dr. Thomas Ahlburg.