Greiner will assume responsibility for the global coordination of all initiatives aimed at improving the performance of the Edscha Group
FRANKFURT -- Edscha, the German-based automotive supplier, has appointed Torsten Greiner, 45, as its new CEO, effective July 1.
Prior to joining Edsha, Greiner, a mechanical engineer, worked at Bosch GmbH as production manager heading up the Locking Systems product unit and as a manager at Brose Schließsysteme GmbH in Wuppertal.
Greiner, who is filling a vacant position as CEO, will assume responsibility for the global coordination of all initiatives aimed at improving the performance of the Edscha Group, according to a company statement.
Edscha, which produces hinge systems and driver controls for the automotive industry is under the control of the Spanish automotive supplier Gestamp Automocion.
"We are very happy to have found an experienced manager with an antenna for new technological trends for this strategically important position," said Francisco Jose Riberas Mera, CEO of Gestamp Automocion.
"With his expertise and his excellent customer contacts, Torsten Greiner will provide the inspiration for the development of innovative products which are the basis of Edscha's strategic target for growth," he added.