Change of Management at Trumpf Haguenau


Georges Reiss (left), former managing director of Trumpf Haguenau, and Tomas Wolf (right), future head of Trumpf Machines SARL. (Source: Trumpf)

On June 30, 2015, Trumpf Haguenau in Alsace was not only celebrating its 30th anniversary, but was also bidding a fond farewell to its longtime manager, Georges Reiss, as he enters retirement. Reiss was involved in the development of the Haguenau site from the very beginning; he has done more than anyone else in shaping it over the years.

Haguenau specializes in large-scale precision and welded assemblies. It makes the machine frames for laser, punching and punch laser machines that originate in Europe. Trumpf invested in the site’s future just last year by constructing a new production hall, thereby expanding the production area by 6,500 square meters.

Tomas Wolf, who has been with the company since 1996, takes over as Reiss’s successor on July 1, 2015. Wolf spent four years as head of recruitment and personnel support at Trumpf in Ditzingen before moving to Haguenau in 2000 to take responsibility for the commercial side of the business. After progressing to site manager, he then became head of quality management for the Machine Tool Division of the Trumpf Group. (Source: Trumpf)

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