Personnel changes at the Turck Group
Eberhard Grünert, as Managing Director of Turck Beierfeld GmbH and subsequently also as Managing Director of Turck duotec GmbH, has been a decisive player in the successful development of the companies over the past 26 years. On 28 February 2017, Grünert will leave the company to go into retirement.
Arthur Rönisch and Andreas Hanisch were appointed Managing Directors of Turck duotec GmbH and Turck Beierfeld GmbH, respectively, on 1 October 2016. They will share their responsibilities with Eberhard Grünert until his departure from the company.
Andreas Hanisch holds a Masters in Business Administration and started his role as Controller for Turck Beierfeld GmbH on 1 July 2003. Hanisch has been Commercial Director and Authorised Signatory as well as Deputy Managing Director of the company since 1 October 2008.
Arthur Rönisch, who has a degree in engineering, has been with the Turck Group for 26 years. He commenced his employment in various roles in Development. Since 2011, Arthur Rönisch has been General Manager of Turck duotec GmbH – primarily for the Halver site in Germany. With his appointment as Managing Director he has taken over responsibility for all of the Turck duotec GmbH locations.
As part of the Turck Group, Turck duotec GmbH is a valued partner of the electronics industry, for which it designs and manufactures high-quality products for individual application solutions. Two-figure sales increases continue to show that the company’s strategy has been successful – customer-oriented advice, practical application design and first-class workmanship combine to create innovative as well as reliable products. Arthur Rönisch wants to maintain this focus in order to develop and manufacture electronic products that point the way to the future.
Turck Beierfeld GmbH is based in Grünhain-Beierfeld in the district of Erzgebirgskreis in Saxony. Turck has been manufacturing cutting-edge electronic products at its second German production and development site for over 20 years. Over 400 employees develop and produce sophisticated electronic solutions for the Turck Group as well as other customers.