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Jos Schneider Optische Werke appoints sales director

Dr. Raimund Lassak was appointed Sales Director at Jos. Schneider Optische Werke GmbH on 1 May 2017. The 52-year-old engineer has extensive experience with complex technical products as a result of holding various management positions at technological companies. At Schneider-Kreuznach, he is in charge of global sales activities. He sees the focus of his work on international business development and a carefully prepared strategic approach to target markets with customer-specific solutions and new applications. “Dr. Raimund Lassak is an outstanding sales expert. Together, we aim to not only expand our customer relations, but also capture new markets and regions,” said Dr. Thomas Kessler, CEO of the Schneider Group.

Dr. Raimund Lassak was born in 1964, studied at the University of Hohenheim / Stuttgart and earned his PhD at RWTH Aachen in 1994. He began his career in research and development at Schenk GmbH, followed by various management positions in the areas of production, marketing and sales. After the company was acquired by Pall Corporation in 2002, he assumed responsibility for strategy and sales in various business units. In 2014 he was appointed global Sales and Marketing Director of Schneider International Holding GmbH.

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