Erik Bach is going to join and strengthen the HAZEMAG team

Since January 1st, 2017 Erik Bach has joined and strengthened the HAZEMAG team. HAZEMAG is pleased to have won Mr. Bach for the duties of the Vice President of  “Minerals Processing”. Erik Bach has been operating worldwide in positions of responsibility, amongst others at FLSmidth, where he ranked among the “TOP 100” of the management. He is known in the market for his innovative, visionary and target-aimed ideas, sustainably leading sales teams to success and successfully handling orders – in highly diverse international and national projects. Erik Bach is going to consequently pursue and shape the strategy adopted by HAZEMAG. In doing so the focus will be on the technology leadership for established products, the consistent completion of the product portfolio and the expansion of the markets.


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