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Lawo breaks company records

Lawo breaks company records
Jamie Dunn

Lawo breaks company records

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‘2018 has been another record-breaking year for Lawo with an all-time high in revenue and the highest order back-log in the company’s history,’ the German manufacturer’s global head of sales, Jamie Dunn, has announced.

‘We continued to grow in revenue across all product lines and successfully delivered several large-scale projects such as Plazamedia or NEP Australia, which is considered by many as the global benchmark in IP infrastructure. Over the last two years we achieved a triple-figure growth rate in our IP video business and are proud to be recognised as one of the major players in video. We continue to execute on our growth strategy with one of the next major steps in the company’s development being the UK office opening later this year.’

Claudia Nowak
Claudia Nowak

An update was also provided in regards to Lawo CEO Philipp Lawo, who suffered a stroke at the end of 2018. ‘He participates in Lawo’s activities and its further development and he strongly confirms to continue Lawo’s further growth and its successful corporate strategy,’ explained Andreas Hilmer, director of marketing and communications. ‘However, for his recovery Philipp Lawo will take the necessary time.

‘For the time of his absence, Philipp’s responsibilities as Lawo’s ultimate representative towards our customers and our markets will be taken over with immediate effect by our global head of sales, Jamie Dunn,’ Mr Hilmer revealed.

In addition, the supervisory board, at the request of Mr Lawo, has appointed the company’s authorised officer Claudia Nowak as an additional director to the executive board. Ms Nowak, whose appointment comes into effect on 1 April, has managed Lawo’s finance and administration departments for more than 30 years.



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