Switzerland

Dieter Schwank will be the new AlpTransit Gotthard AG Chairman

The Administrative Council of the AlpTransit Gotthard AG (ATG) elected Dieter Schwank as its new board chairman in mid-February 2017. Currently Dieter Schwank is in charge of the department for legal matters. On July 1, 2017, he will take over the duties of CEO in addition to his present responsibilities. He will thus succeed Renzo Simoni and will be directly responsible to the Administrative Council in this function.

The ATG is responsible for the building of the NRLA Gotthard axis with the Gotthard and Ceneri Base Tunnels. Set up in 1998, the SBB subsidiary employs a workforce of around 140...

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Dieter Schwank will be the new AlpTransit Gotthard AG Chairman

The Administrative Council of the AlpTransit Gotthard AG (ATG) elected Dieter Schwank as its new board chairman in mid-February 2017. Currently Dieter Schwank is in charge of the department for legal...

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