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Schwarzmüller has a new boss

Schwarzmüller has a new boss
Management floor at Schwarzmüller (from left to right): Head of Sales Maik Spindler, Head of Finance Daniela Lorenzer, CEO Wolfang Muhri and owner Beate Paletar
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One year after the takeover by Wilhelm Schwarzmüller’s daughter, Beate Paletar, the personnel realignment at the Innviertler vehicle body manufacturer has gained another facet. Wolfgang Muhri heads the group after the departure of interim manager Thomas Biringer. Schwarzmüller announced this on Thursday. As reported, Biringer moved to the Leonding fire department supplier Rosenbauer, where he is supposed to make production faster and more efficient.

Muhri is now at the helm at Schwarzmüller, supported by CFO Daniela Lorenzer and Sales Manager Maik Spindler. Muhri, born in 1972, has experience in the industry; he held leading management positions at the agricultural machinery manufacturer Vogel & Noot as well as the suppliers Magna Steyr and ZKW.

Sole owner and chairman of the supervisory board Paletar showers roses on the new management. “I have high expectations. The restructuring of the company at the end of the Corona crisis was successful, as the positive result for 2023 shows. Now we are concentrating entirely on our vehicles and their sales again,” says Paletar. Muhri sees Schwarzmüller as prepared – “with well-positioned production sites, a wide range of vehicles from a single source and innovative strength in sustainability and lightweight construction.”

According to preliminary figures, Schwarzmüller’s sales fell from 446 to 390 million euros in the previous year. 7,600 trailers were manufactured, 2,999 fewer than a year earlier. Nevertheless, 2023 brought a positive result again. The group employs 1,950 people.

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