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Peters stabilize their Swiss location. As of 2021 ARBEA turns into Peters Schweiz. The Head of ARBEA, Armin Poschung, will be leaving, and the supplier of coatings for the electronics industry takes the opportunity to fly his flag in the alpine republic. The new managing director of Peters Schweiz GmbH, located in Buochs/canton Nidwalden, will be Daniel Langenstein. Armin Poschung himself built him up as his successor. Daniel Langenstein is well experienced in the Swiss PCB industry and Peters is convinced that in his position as independent managing director he will give new impetus. Peters also thanks ARBEA predecessor Armin Poschung for his sustainable development work. “ARBEA GmbH has been our reliable contact partner in Switzerland for about 28 years,“ says Peters CEO Ralf Schwartz.
In 2021 Peters Will Start their Operating Work in Switzerland
Armin Poschung has been active in the sales and service of the Peters products both in Switzerland and also in the southwest of Germany for 35 years. Ralf Schwartz gives him and Priska Wyss his warmest wishes for their retirement. Now the family-owned company from the Lower Rhine Area sets the course for an independent presence in the alpine republic. Peters Schweiz was founded in the 4th quarter of 2020 and will start to operate as of January 2021. Schwartz says, “Based on the good experience we have gained with Peters Italia we actively support Daniel Langenstein from our Headquarters in Kempen.“
As practiced before, also customers in the southwest of Germany will be looked after by the newly founded Peters location at the Lake of Lucene. Ralf Schwartz appeals to Peters customers to encounter Daniel Langenstein with the same trust as they did before to Armin Poschung.
An Exciting Challenge for the New Managing Director
“I am very happy to follow Armin Poschung's footsteps," says the new Peters Managing Director in Buochs. After 25 years of being a production manager in various companies and about 20 years of experience within the electronics industry, this is an "exciting challenge".