Hubertus Marx retires from Liebherr Mietpartner

By Murray Pollok05 January 2010

Liebherr Mietpartner's head office in Lugwigshafen, Germany.

Liebherr Mietpartner's head office in Lugwigshafen, Germany.

Hubertus Marx, who led the development of Liebherr's Mietpartner rental business for 12 years, retired at the end of 2009 after a 47 year career in the construction equipment and rental industry.

Mr Marx leaves the company having established it as one of the largest rental businesses in Europe, with revenues of €295 million in 2008 (including dealer partners), ranking it at number 11 in Europe and 26th worldwide.

For the last three years the business has been jointly managed by Mr Marx and Stefan Oremek. Mr Omerek will continue as managing director.

In a letter to colleagues, Mr Marx wrote; "Looking back, I can say that the vast majority of my time has been a lot of fun. I have won many friends, were also a few enemies, but who holds grudges and who is perfect?"

IRN wishes Mr Marx a happy retirement.

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