Austria

Jens Günther – new Board Member for the Doka Group

The international formwork company Doka based in Amstetten, Austria, has appointed graduate construction engineer and experienced industry expert Jens Günther as the newest member of its board. From January 2017 he will take over as Chairman of the executive board when Jürgen Obiegli retires after 25 years in various senior management positions in the Group at the end of 2016. The other two members of board are Ludwig Pekarek, Production, Engineering and R&D, and Gerd Pechura, Finances and IT.

Before coming to Doka, Jens Günther, was with ThyssenKrupp from 2011 rising to CEO of ThyssenKrupp...

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