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France headquartered technological solutions provider for the leather and textile sectors, Lectra, has appointed a new Managing Director for Central and Eastern Europe region, Russia.
Holger Max-Lang has been appointed to the role of Lectra’s Managing Director for Central and Eastern Europe region, Russia. Based in Ismaning, near Münich, Germany, Max-Lang is to focus on delivering the Company’s customer-focused strategy for its fashion and clothing, automotive and furniture businesses to succeed as they embrace Industry 4.0.
Lectra says Central/Eastern Europe and Russia is a strategic region for the Company, offering strong potential in its main market sectors “thanks to a robust automotive industry, a dynamic furniture industry, especially in Germany and Poland, and a close connection between fashion brands in Germany, Austria, Switzerland and suppliers in Eastern Europe.”
Max-Lang joined Lectra in Germany in 2002 as a salesperson for automotive accounts. He then held diverse sales roles in the region, including the position of Sales Manager for all Lectra markets in Central & Eastern Europe region, Russia. In September 2017, he was appointed Business Development Director - Automotive, with the responsibility to develop the leather cutting activity worldwide.
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