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Wolfgang Pein assumes responsibility for TOA in EMEA

Wolfgang Pein assumes responsibility for TOA in EMEA

Wolfgang Pein assumes responsibility for TOA in EMEA


TOA Electronics Europe has undergone a change in management that has seen Wolfgang Pein replace Toshio Sakata as managing director and assume main responsibility for the EMEA region. Mr Sakata will remain in the company management team and will continue to lead all activities in Russia.

‘The new leadership is completely characterised by continuity on the one hand and renewal on the other,’ explained Mr Pein. ‘TOA Corporation usually sends Japanese managing directors to its subsidiaries. At TOA Electronics Europe GmbH, we are breaking with this pattern, very consciously and deliberately. By handing over the position of managing director to an employee from Europe, the company is strengthening its proximity to its customers.

‘TOA Electronics Europe is growing steadily and sustainably,’ he added. ‘Our success forms the healthy basis for the further expansion of our activities, for example through personnel development in sales and product management. Thus, we are facing up to the future tasks of the industry: AI, IoT and cyber security. We continue to place value on our employees arriving successfully at TOA, being optimally trained and certified so that they can develop confidence in their skills and their position at the company. This principle applies to the entire TOA Corporation worldwide. It has led us well up to now and will continue to play an important role in the future.’

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