New management trio at Erdwich

Erdwich Zerkleinerungs-Systeme GmbH from Igling in Bavaria has a new top management: Florian Böhm-Feigl has been Managing Director of Erdwich Zerkleinerungs-Systeme GmbH since 01.02.2021. He thus replaces the long-serving Managing Director Hans Erdwich, who has retired. Together with Managing Director Harald Erdwich and Procurement officer Reinhard Hirschmiller, he now is part of the new management trio at Erdwich.

The graduate engineer (FH) for environmental and process engineering joined Erdwich in 2007, initially as a project manager. In 2015, he was appointed Technical Manager and was primarily responsible for major international projects and in-house development at Erdwich. With his many years of experience and extensive industry knowledge, he is ideally equipped to help shape Erdwich‘s future and continue to drive its global success. “I am delighted about the trust placed in me by the management and the associated opportunity to now be able to play an even more active role in shaping the future development of Erdwich,” says Böhm-Feigl.

Hans Erdwich took over the management of Erdwich Zerkleinerungs-Systeme GmbH back in 1989 – with the clear perspective of building up an innovative and healthy growing family business. Today he looks back on a globally successful, highly specialised engineering and production company. On 01.02.2021, after more than 30 years of active involvement, Erdwich Managing Director Hans Erdwich and his wife Gabriele are now retiring. He remains associated with the company as a consultant and will be available to the sales team to provide support during the transition.


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