New Sales Director at LOESCHE ThermoProzess GmbH

On 1st November 2012, Michael Nisch started at LOESCHE ThermoProzess GmbH (LTP) in Gelsenkirchen as Director Sales of Thermo Process Technology, being member of the management. In his function as sales director and member of the management at LTP, Michael Nisch will be responsible for the acquisition of new clients as well as for the support of existing clients. He will challenge the implementation of a sales force to serve the different industries in cooperation with sales activities of LOESCHE. The coordination of the new international marketing concept for LTP will also be one of his future competences. Actual and future projects of LOESCHE GmbH in Duesseldorf and their subsidiaries worldwide will also be supported and coordinated by Michael Nisch.

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