Hirschmann Engineering Appoints President and CEO

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Max Golter has over 32 years of relevant experience with other OEMs and manufacturing processes. 


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Hirschmann Engineering USA Inc. has transferred the role of president and CEO to Max Golter. In this new position, he will be responsible for the overall sales, growth and management of the organization.

Mr. Golter brings over 32 years of experience in engineering, project management, sales and executive-level management both domestically and abroad, with various equipment manufacturers involving various manufacturing processes, including EDM.

A message from the U.S. division’s parent company Hirschmann GmbH reads: “Max is now ready to take over the reins of the organization and guide Hirschmann into the future. We look forward to continuing existing relationships and building new ones.”


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