Bernhard Kahn joins Hematec

Klubb Group has appointed Bernhard Kahn as the new Sales Director for its subsidiary Hematec Arbeitsbühnen, overseeing Germany and Austria.

Kahn will take charge of sales and business development for the distributor in those markets from 1 July this year.

Hematec appoints Bernhard Kahn From left: Michele Hillebrand; Bernhard Kahn, Sales Director; Andreas Hanel, CEO and Founder of Hematec Arbeitsbühnen’ Julien Bourrellis, CEO of the Klubb Group.

With 30 years of experience in service, sales, and management in the aerial platform industry, Khan previously worked for Ahern Deutschland and the group’s manufacturing division Snorkel, since 2015. Before that he was a director at Terex Corporation having also been in a regional role at Genie.

Julien Bourrellis, CEO of the Klubb Group, said, “We are delighted to welcome Bernhard Kahn to our team. With his extensive experience and deep market insight, he will play a pivotal role in expanding our presence in Germany and Austria, solidifying our position as a premier provider of aerial platforms.”

 Andreas Hänel, Managing Director of Hematec, added, “Bernhard Kahn is perfectly suited for this crucial role. We are confident that his expertise and commitment will help us achieve our growth objectives.”

Kahn said he is eagerly looking forward to joining Hematec and Klubb Group. Together, we will strive to deliver exceptional products and services to our customers while further strengthening our market leadership

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