Egeplast Looks to the Future with New Advisory Board and Name

egeplast thanks Edith Strumann and Dr. Jutta Seibold-Dietl
The 104 year-old family enterprise egeplast is positioning itself for the future.

The shareholders thanked Dr. Jutta Seibold-Dietl and Edith Strumann, who retired from the advisory board on Sept. 26, 2012, for their 13 years of successful work on the advisory board. Hartmut Ostrowski was elected chairman of the advisory board. From 2008 to the end of 2011,Ostrowski was the managing director at Bertelsmann AG in Gütersloh. By virtue of its expertise and cross-industry outlook, the egeplast advisory board supports shareholders and executive management with respect to the strategic alignment of the company.

The new advisory board: Michael von Bartenwerffer, Hartmut Ostrowski (Chairman), Joachim Dallwig
The business egeplast Werner Strumann GmbH & Co. KG will in the future operate under the company egeplast international GmbH. The restructuring under company law was completed by the shareholders Dr. Ansgar Strumann and Lillmor Strumann at the end of August and has now also been registered in the Commercial Register. Under the new company name, egeplast continues to be a family company that can depend fully and completely on entrepreneurial support from the shareholder family Strumann.

Over the past 14 months, egeplast has invested in the Greven site with a new corporate head office, an innovation centre and further production facilities. At the heart of the new company headquarters is the egeBistro, a central meeting point for employees, customers, suppliers and business partners. egeplast is an extremely innovative manufacturer of plastic pipe systems with headquarters in Greven (Westphalia). Customers in more than 30 countries trust the consultancy solutions and quality products from egeplast for transporting water, gases and data. Customers of the owner-managed company include some of the biggest and most discerning utility companies and network operators in the world. 230 employees work at the Greven production site today. Turnover in 2011 was around € 107 million.
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