Marie Langer appointed EOS CEO

October 8, 2019

EOS appoints Marie Langer as its new CEO
Marie Langer has been appointed EOS GmbH’s new CEO (Courtesy EOS GmbH)

EOS GmbH, headquartered in Krailling, Germany, has reported that it is restructuring its company management with immediate effect, and that Marie Langer, the daughter of Dr Hans J Langer, founder of EOS GmbH and CEO of the EOS Group, has been appointed as its new CEO. The company explains that her key focus will be on strategy, marketing, communications as well as corporate culture, organisational and people development.

Marie Langer stated, “Thirty years of personal commitment at all levels and our shared culture have made us into the highly successful company we are today. We have successfully harnessed the pioneering spirit of the early years and combined it with the expertise of a global market leader.“

She added, “From both a technological and an organisational perspective, EOS is optimally positioned for a successful future. My vision is that EOS stays at the cutting-edge of industrial 3D printing technology and that the company makes a sustainable contribution towards solving the huge challenges facing us today. We want our technology to do more than driving economic growth. We want it to provide positive environmental and social benefits.”

CTO Dr Tobias Abeln and COO Bertrand Humel van der Leethe, are leaving the company by mutual agreement. Dr Hans J Langer commented, “I would like to thank Tobias Abeln who has worked with passion and enthusiasm for the last eight years, during which he successfully built a strong and highly capable technical organisation that has been a cornerstone of our success. I would also like to thank Bertrand Humel van der Lee, for his key contribution to Sales, Service and Marketing across all regions during his time at EOS.”

www.eos.info

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