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Personnel changes at the management of Robert Bosch Kft.

  • From July, management responsibility for Robert Bosch Kft. passed to a four-member board
  • András Kemler, András Somogyi, István Szászi and Balázs Vécsey will jointly manage the company
  • The new structure is adapted to the business, organizational and strategic objectives of the dynamically expanding company
Personnel changes at the management of Robert Bosch Kft.

Budapest – From July, Bosch's Budapest site is managed by a four-member board. The new managing directors of Robert Bosch Kft. – András Kemler, András Somogyi, István Szászi and Balázs Vécsey – are replacing Daniel Korioth, who took over new tasks at Bosch and was previously the Representative of the Bosch Group in Hungary and the Adriatic region. The four managing directors jointly manage the company in close cooperation with each other and are responsible for each area independently. “The new management structure is aligned with the new business and organizational goals of Robert Bosch Kft., which has been dynamically expanding over the past two decades. Thanks to the change, the management of certain areas will be faster and more efficient, and the strategic role of the Budapest headquarters in the life of the Bosch Group in Hungary will be further strengthened”, said István Szászi, Representative of the Bosch Group in Hungary and the Adriatic region.

András Kemler became Managing director of technical areas, and location manager at Robert Bosch Kft. András Somogyi is the Managing director of human resources and legal affairs at Robert Bosch Kft., and at the same time continues to be the Vice president of human resources of the Bosch Group in Hungary and the Adriatic region. István Szászi continues to be the Representative of the Bosch Group in Hungary and the Adriatic region and is also the Head of Engineering Center Budapest. Balázs Vécsey will work as Managing director of commercial affairs at Robert Bosch Kft. in the future and will continue to be the Head of real estate management of the Bosch Group in Hungary. In Hungary, the Bosch Group is one of Hungary's largest foreign industrial employers in close strategic cooperation with nine independent companies. One of the locations of the Group is Robert Bosch Kft.

About Robert Bosch Kft.
Robert Bosch Kft. founded in 1991, is a commercial operation involved in sales and customer service for automotive parts, automotive diagnostic equipment, power tools, thermotechnology equipment and safety systems. In addition, acting in its other capacity as the South-East European Sales Center, the Budapest site undertakes regional tasks as well. The Bosch European Transport Management Center also operates here.

The Engineering Center Budapest (ECB) was founded in 2005 and now has more nearly 3000 employees, making Hungary Bosch’s second largest R&D location in Europe. The Engineering Center Budapest has a constantly rising profile in Bosch’s world-scale developments and plays an important role in the development of automated and electromobility. It is also one of the foremost research, development, and test facilities for automotive electronics in the Bosch Group.

Tags: Budapest, Robert Bosch Kft, personnel changes, András Kemler, András Somogyi, István Szászi, Balázs Vécsey

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