EOS appoints Dr Florian Mes as CPO for the EOS Group

Companies & MarketsNews
February 1, 2021

February 1, 2021

Dr Florian Mes has been appointed as the new CPO for the EOS Group (Courtesy EOS GmbH)

EOS GmbH, headquartered in Krailling, Germany, has appointed Dr Florian Mes as the new Chief Performance Officer (CPO) for the EOS Group. With a focus on operational excellence, Dr Mes will, jointly with the management, drive the consistent implementation of the corporate strategy across the entire EOS Group of companies.

Dr Mes, who joined EOS on January 18, 2021, has extensive expertise in the areas of business transformation and corporate finance. Previously, he was a partner at a management consultancy. He holds a degree in business administration and economics from the University of Regensburg and a doctorate in business administration (Dr rer oec) from the University of Wuppertal.

“I would like to thank the Langer family for entrusting me with this responsibility,” stated Dr Mes. “I am very happy to join the innovative EOS team and be part of the exciting company and industry journey still ahead of us. Within the next year well will adapt our operating model to reflect the ever-changing business environment around us, and will continue to constantly optimise overall performance and end-to-end processes to exploit the full potential of our industry-leading industrial 3D printing solutions for our customers.”

Marie Langer, CEO and Shareholder at EOS, commented, “We warmly welcome Dr Florian Mes to our group of companies. He is a perfect fit with our company culture and with his knowledge and experience, he will support us in making our organisation become even more efficient and process-oriented.”

“We continue to be committed to helping guide our customers on their transformative AM journey, including the drive towards digitalisation, industrialisation, and sustainability,” Langer continued. “Dr Mes will support us in pushing our own organisation’s industrial digitalisation transformation, making it a truly holistic approach.”

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Companies & MarketsNews
February 1, 2021

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