New Head of Marine Business at Voith Turbo

Press Release
Monday, October 15, 2012
Dr. Christian Strahberger

Dr. Christian Strahberger (40) will take over the responsibility for the Business Division Marine of Voith Turbo.


After studying physics in Regensburg, Colorado (USA) and Munich, Strahberger obtained a doctorate at the Walter Schottky Institute of TU Munich in 2001. Prior to joining Voith AG he worked for seven years at Siemens Management Consulting (Siemens AG) in Munich as a Consultant and Project Manager of international industrial projects of Siemens AG. His activities focused mainly on sales optimization and restructuring.



At Voith, Strahberger started out by assuming the strategy management at Voith Paper as Vice President Strategy in 2009. From 2010 he was in charge of rebuilds, spare and wearing parts, as well as services for stock preparation and recycling machinery as Senior Vice President Products & Services and Member of the Management Board of Voith Paper Fiber & Environmental Solutions.



Dr. Christian Strahberger is now taking over as Executive Vice President of Voith Turbo Schneider Propulsion GmbH & Co. KG. Apart from the Voith Schneider Propeller he will in future be responsible for the products Voith Inline Thruster, Radial Propeller, SteamTrac, as well as the Voith Turbo Fin.



Strahberger succeeds the previous Head of the Division Dr. Martin Füllenbach, who will be leaving the company on 15 October 2012.

 

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