Maximilian Mohr Joins Altix as Their New DACH Regional Sales Director

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Following the adoption of its extensive growth strategy, Altix is proud to announce the appointment of Maximilian Mohr as their new DACH Regional Sales Director. Starting early July, Mohr will be responsible for developing business development strategy, driving revenue as well as linking up with headquarters before registering and managing the subsidiary in the future. With immediate effect, Mohr will handle Germany and Switzerland directly while playing a more supportive role in the Austrian sales network.

Maximilian Mohr has worked ten years in mechanical engineering as a Sales Engineer representing companies throughout the world. He reveals his motivations following his new appointment: “I am thrilled to join a growing company that is investing so heavily in its expansion during these difficult times. I look forward to expand our customer base in the region by proposing our wide range of imaging systems to various sectors such as the PCB, FPC, Photo Chemical Milling and Touch Panels industries.”

Frédéric Baradel, Altix Vice-President, comments: “After a fruitful 18-year-long collaboration with our agent ExCellTec, we decided it was time to expand our internal structure to be closer to our clients. We are very thankful to have had such resourceful and dedicated partners for almost two decades and look forward to welcome Maximilian Mohr to our team.”



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