Digatron Power Electronics has announced that the position of Sales Department Leader is now reoccupied at Digatron’s Aachen headquarters. “I am particularly pleased that we could fill this position from within our own ranks,” said Digatron’s CEO, Kevin Campbell. On October 1, Friedrich Grupe took over the leadership of the sales team in Aachen as new Vice President of Sales & Marketing, and is an integral member of the Aachen Executive Management Team.
Grupe is a graduate engineer and has six years’ experience as Project Manager within Aachen dealing with projects both domestically and internationally. He is very familiar with Digatron products, procedures, processes and group structure, and is already in frequent contact with many Digatron customers in his capacity as Project Engineer. According to the company, he has shown great skill in guiding clients and the company through many and varied scenarios and always has good relationships with customers. The company added that Grupe is known as a professional expert whose competency is always highly appreciated by his colleagues.
Grupe, a keen enthusiast of fast cars, will also take to the road with a direct role in getting Digatron’s products’ sales information in front of clients by assuming responsibility for direct sales within the territory of Germany. This increased sales activity will directly benefit existing and new Digatron clients.
The management of Digatron group say they are fully convinced that with Grupe adopting the role of Vice President Sales & Marketing, the company will achieve another positive step into a successful future through increased face-to-face contact with clients in the pursuit of increasing the sales of Digatron products.
Digatron Power Electronics is an international group of companies with engineering, manufacturing and service facilities in Germany, the United States, China and India. Digatron develops and manufactures the latest technology of test and formation equipment for all kinds of battery testing, ranging from batteries for mobile phones to automotive batteries to military aircraft and submarine battery testing. It also produces technology for other kinds of electrical energy storage devices testing, such as fuel cells, supercaps and hybrid systems testing. Digatron supplies high dynamic test and load simulation systems for the electric vehicle industry.