July 05, 2013

BMW Group change responsibilities in the production and sales network

Josef Kerscher will take up the post of Managing Director of the BMW Plant Dingolfing with effect from November 1, 2013. Kerscher has been working for the BMW Group for 34 years and has been President of BMW Manufacturing in Spartanburg (South Carolina, USA), for
the last six years. He will be succeeded as President of BMW Manufacturing in Spartanburg by Manfred Erlacher on November 1, 2013. Erlacher has been with the BMW Group for 29 years and is currently Managing Director of the BMW Plant Leipzig. His successor from November 2013 will be Milan Nedeljkovic, who is responsible at present for assembly at the Leipzig Plant. Wolfgang Stadler, the current Managing Director of the BMW Plant Dingolfing, is leaving the BMW Group in order to take up a position as a Member of the Board of Directors of Jaguar Land Rover.

There were also the following changes in management functions in BMW Group Sales Germany with effect from July 1, 2013. Uwe Holzer is the new Managing Director of the BMW Group Branch in Frankfurt am Main. Holzer was previously responsible for the Southwest Germany Sales Region and succeeds Volkmar Job who is in charge of the Retail Support Project in Sales Germany with immediate effect. On July 1, 2013 Wolfgang Buchel became the new Managing Director of the BMW Group Branch in Berlin after previously holding the post there of Chief Operating Officer. The former Managing Director Hans-Reiner Schroder is taking up the new position of General Sales and Marketing Manager Berlin and will report directly to Roland Kruger, Vice-President, Sales, BMW Group Germany.


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