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Mann+Hummel appoints new general manager

The Management Board appointed Sean Cromie as President and General Manager for Life Sciences & Environment.

28th November 2018

Innovation in Textiles
 |  Ludwigsburg


The Management Board of a leading filtration expert Mann+Hummel has appointed Sean Cromie as President and General Manager for Life Sciences & Environment. Sean Cromie has fifteen years’ experience in the aerospace industry and was most recently Vice President and General Manager of Interior Products and Services for Rockwell Collins Aircraft Interior Systems.

“I welcome Sean Cromie to our team and look forward to working with him. I am convinced that he will continue to develop our Life Sciences & Environment business worldwide with a high level of professional and personal competence,” commented Werner Lieberherr, new CEO of Mann+Hummel.

Sean Cromie, new President and General Manager for Life Sciences & Environment. © Mann+Hummel

Since 1 January 2018, the businesses and brands of Mann+Hummel have been assigned to one of the two business areas, Transportation or Life Sciences & Environment. The Life Sciences & Environment segment consists of the segments water filtration, air filtration and future solutions outside the automotive sector.

Mann+Hummel is a leading expert in filtration solutions. The company group, with its headquarters in Ludwigsburg, Germany, develops solutions for motor cars, industrial applications, clean air in interior spaces and the sustainable use of water.

In 2017 the group achieved sales of around EUR 3.9 billion worldwide with more than 20,000 employees at more than 80 locations. The products manufactured by the group include air cleaner systems, intake manifold systems, liquid filter systems, plastic components, filter media, cabin filters, industrial filters and membrane filters.

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