Picture; from left to right:
Martin Schmidl (Managing Director Neutrik Vertriebs GmbH), Mario Barba (Managing Director H. Adam GmbH),
Marcel Gstöhl (Vice President of the Supervisory Board of Neutrik AG), Florian Hartmann (Lord Mayor of the City of Dachau),
Max Bögl (building contractor, Max Bögl Bauservice GmbH & Co. KG)
Neutrik EMEA | Let's get started
Dachau, Germany – the “ground breaking” ceremony for the new Neutrik EMEA headquarters took place close to the existing Neutrik Vertriebs GmbH site. Based in Dachau, Bavaria, the new building will be home to the recently created Neutrik EMEA division and will operate alongside the existing facilities in the UK and France. Together the EMEA operation will serve all existing Europe, Africa and Middle Eastern customers through consolidation into the three key areas of Europe North, Central and South.
Marcel Gstöhl, Vice President of the Supervisory Board of Neutrik AG, thanked all staff and management of the existing German subsidiaries (Neutrik Vertriebs GmbH and H.Adam GmbH) for their dedication and achievements over the past four decades and affirmed the investment in the Dachau site as an important contribution to the future global orientation of the Neutrik Group.
Also present at the ceremony was Florian Hartmann, Mayor of Dachau, who emphasized the great importance of the Neutrik Group for the city, and thanked Neutrik for its’ commitment to the region and of further investment in people.
The new facility is intended to commence operations in Q4 2023, while the internal restructuring for the new European HQ has already commenced, paving the way for the new organizational structure under the leadership of Patric Keller, MD, to begin in Q1 2023.
The two Dachau-based subsidiaries of the Neutrik Group, Neutrik Vertriebs GmbH (NVG) and H. Adam GmbH (HAD), will be merged into one company under the umbrella of Neutrik EMEA GmbH by the end of 2022. The employees of H. Adam GmbH will be fully integrated into the new structure in the process. The branches of Neutrik UK as well as Neutrik France will assume responsibility for regional focal points in the new structure and will work alongside their colleagues from Germany in transnational teams.