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Fronius Perfect Welding Division Under New Management

Posted by August 24, 2016

Harald Scherleitner (Photo: Fronius)

Harald Scherleitner (Photo: Fronius)

Change at the top at Fronius International GmbH: Harald Scherleitner is the new head of the Perfect Welding Division. He is taking up the position vacated by Wolfgang Lattner, who in 2017 plans to retire after 41 years at the company.

In Scherleitner, the division is gaining a leader with a familiar face. The 37-year-old has been a member of the Fronius team since 1994 and has spent the last eight years as head of the Perfect Charging Division. He began his career as an Area Sales Manager for welding technology, covering Europe and Latin America. It was in this role that he oversaw the establishment of Fronius Mexico and Fronius Brazil.
  
The future of the division is safe in the hands of a man who knows the industry and company inside out – and who has set himself a clear aim: “I want to continue to expand our global position. Customers and their needs have to be at the heart of everything we do. Every activity and development we make has one primary goal: to save our customers money,” explains Scherleitner.
 
His successor at the Perfect Charging Division, Patrick Gojer, was formerly the head of Fronius United Kingdom.
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