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Lutz Lehmann to advance Hohenstein’s sales strategy

Lutz Lehmann has joined the Hohenstein team as CEO of Global Strategies.

4th September 2019

Innovation in Textiles
 |  Bönnigheim

Medical/Hygiene, Clothing/​Footwear, Sustainable, Interiors

Lutz Lehmann joins the Hohenstein team as CEO of Global Strategies. © HohensteinLutz Lehmann has joined the Hohenstein team as CEO of Global Strategies. His new role will focus on developing new business and advancing sales strategies in order to strengthen Hohenstein's position as a global player. He will directly oversee Hohenstein’s Sales, Marketing and Business Development teams.

“I’m delighted to work with a company that enjoys a high reputation in the textiles industry,” said Mr Lehmann. “There’s still so much potential for the entire industry. It’s a wonderful opportunity to contribute my market experience and knowledge and propel Hohenstein even further within the textile testing industry.”

For the past eight years, Mr Lehmann worked as CEO of Hermes Hansecontrol Group. Prior to Hansecontrol, he held various roles at TÜV Rheinland and SGS Germany.

“Mr Lehmann is an excellent addition to our management team,” commented Prof Dr Stefan Mecheels, Hohenstein Group owner and CEO. “We’re thrilled for him to bring his experience and connections in the Testing Inspection Certification (TIC) industry to Hohenstein.”

With global headquarters in Boennigheim, Germany, and 1,000 employees in offices and labs around the world, Hohenstein offers accredited and independent textile testing, certification, research and development, as well as training since more than 70 years.

Product labels such as the Hohenstein quality label or the UV Standard 801 support manufacturers and retailers in their marketing activities. As a founding member, Hohenstein is also one of the most important laboratories for testing within the Oeko-Tex portfolio.

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