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November 1, 2010

Schuberth HR Information

Peter Heine is the new COO of Schuberth Holding GmbH

Magdeburg, November 2, 2010. Peter Heine (40) is the new Chief Operating Officer (COO) at the helmet manufacturer Schuberth, based in Magdeburg, Germany. His responsibilities as COO include directing and organising the company’s operating processes and managing financial affairs. Peter Heine assumed his new position on July 1, 2010. 

Marcel Lejeune, CEO of Schuberth Holding GmbH, commented on the new appointment: “I am very happy that we could persuade Peter Heine to assume this role at Schuberth. We now have a COO with wide-ranging international experience who will be able to press ahead on two important fronts: establishing the new site in Magdeburg and continuing to internationalise our company.” 

Heine has many years of experience in the industrial sector. After working at Nestlé and Capgemini, he joined the electronics component manufacturer Moeller (since 2008, Eaton), where his initial role was in International Controlling. After that he became Factory Manager, responsible for building up the new production site in China. Most recently, Heine was in Brazil, where he worked on the integration of the Eaton corporation’s Brazilian activities.

Schuberth GmbH: Hi-tech “Made in Germany”

The Magdeburg-based helmet manufacturer Schuberth has been developing and producing high-end head protection technology for over 70 years. Its wide range of innovative products make Schuberth one of the world’s leading manufacturers of helmets for motorcycling, Formula 1 and motor sport, as well as innovative head protection solutions for fire fighting, police, military and work protection requirements. In particular, it is the experience in Formula 1 – the top tier of motor sport – which constantly delivers impetus for the new product developments that characterise the company as trailblazers in head protection technology.

A high resolution picture of Peter Heine is available here.

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Peter Heine

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