European machinery manufacturer Voith Turbo has made a management change at one of its key departments, with Matthias Grawe appointed as the company’s head of the business industry division.
The graduate engineer has worked at Voith Turbo for the last 10 years and was most recently the head of the variable-speed drives product group at Crailsheim.
Matthias Grawe succeeds Dr Jurgen Zeschky, who headed the business division industry during the last 9 years, as a member of Voith Turbo’s management board.
Founded in 1867, Voith Turbo remains one of the world’s biggest family-owned companies, employing more than 40,000 people in more than 50 countries.
It has become a specialist for hydrodynamic drive, coupling and braking systems for road, rail and industrial applications, as well as for ship propulsion systems.
In November 2011, the company developed a new coupling for open-pit conveyor belt drives to assist the transportation of extracted raw materials over long distances.
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