Liebherr director leaves

By Sandy Guthrie04 October 2018

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Stefan Heissler has stepped down as member of the board of directors of Liebherr-International – the central holding company for Liebherr – and at the same time Heissler has left the Liebherr Group.

The company said that his departure was for personal reasons.

It said the board of directors of Liebherr-International would continue its work as a three-member board for the time being, consisting of Andreas Böhm, Stephan Raemy and Uwe Rechtsteiner.

The company said Heissler had accomplished a great deal on behalf of the group as member of the board of directors and previously as managing director of Liebherr-Great Britain.

The board of directors of Liebherr-International, which is based in Bulle, Switzerland, manages the corporate functions of the Liebherr Group. These include the departments finance, human resources, corporate communication, organisation and IT, logistics, legal and insurance, as well as compliance management.

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