From left: Boris Sluka and Johann Eggerth
Vetropack Holding has appointed two new business division managers for the Business Division Czech Republic/Slovakia, and the Business Division Switzerland/Austria.
The Board of Directors of Vetropack Holding Ltd has appointed two new business division managers: with effect from 1 January 2018, Boris Sluka (1965) will take over as General Manager of the Business Division Czech Republic/Slovakia, which comprises the two companies Vetropack Moravia Glass, a.s. and Vetropack Nemšovà s.r.o. With effect from 1 March 2018, Johann Eggerth (1967) will take over as General Manager of the Business Division Switzerland/Austria, which comprises the Swiss company Vetropack Ltd and Vetropack Austria GmbH. He has also been appointed a member of Group Management.
Boris Sluka graduated from the Technical University in Bratislava, Slovakia, and continued his education on a part-time basis while working in, among other places, France, Russia and Austria. In recent years he has worked mainly in the automotive industry. As a senior manager at various well-known automotive suppliers, including Matador a.s. and Plastic Omnium Auto Exteriors Ltd., and also at companies making machine tools, he acquired not only international industry experience but also considerable expertise in focused management in a dynamic environment.
The current General Manager of the Vetropack Business Division Czech Republic/Slovakia, Gregor Gábel, will be commencing his well-earned retirement after the handover period.
Johann Eggerth, the newly appointed General Manager of the Business Division Switzerland/Austria, graduated from the Montanuniversität Leoben (in Metallurgy/Materials Engineering) and likewise has very broad international professional experience. For example, he worked as a project leader and product manager at Voest-Alpine Industrieanlagenbau and on international consultancy projects for McKinsey & Company before setting up and running the engineering and consultancy company Festool Engineering for the Festool Group. Since 2012, he has been CEO at the Tirolean family-owned paint company Adler. His main task there was to develop and implement a viable strategy for internationalisation and growth, a task which has now been completed.
Johann Eggerth will take over as General Manager of the Business Division Switzerland/Austria from Johann Reiter who – as already announced in February 2017 – will assume full responsibility for the operational management of Vetropack Group with effect from 1 January 2018. Until his successor arrives on 1 March 2018, Johann Reiter will continue as General Manager of the Business Division Switzerland/Austria alongside his work as Group CEO.