Christoph Ballin, co-founder and spiritus rector of Torqeedo, after 15 years, the management of the manufacturer of electric boat motors. His flair for markets, the possibilities of technical development and Marketing thanks to the Bavarian system provider is essential to its global success.
With 100,000 sold motor systems in 15 years Torqeedo in the Bavarian town of Gilching, Germany, as a leading supplier for Electric Boating. Ballin was sold boss Ralf Plieninger, and Michael Rummel, as the representative of the Cologne-based parent company, Deutz, replaced by the long-standing technique to the Torqeedo 2017.Christoph Ballin at the boot Düsseldorf 2020 © Kerstin Zillmer Float magazine New shores for the founder
Ballin switches according to a report published today, the press release on the Advisory Board of the Deutz AG, such as CEO, confirmed to float. He will discuss with Chairman Frank Hiller electric a pioneer and accompany.
"As part of the Deutz group is positioned Torqeedo for accelerated growth." there Ballin his followers on the way. Torqeedo electric and hybrid drives between 0.5 and 100 kW for a commercial purpose and leisure offers currently use. This year, Torqeedo is celebrating the 15th anniversary of the company. The Portfolio illustrious boats as the ceremonial barge of the British Queen Elizabeth II.The Royal barge Gloriana © Eva Zielinska-Millar / Royal Collection Trust Float magazine
Ralf Plieninger, the is since 2012, for Torqeedo operates, is in charge of the newly established senior management for all technical areas of Torqeedo. include Michael Rummel came in November 2019 as managing Director of Torqeedo, and is responsible for the Finance and business development, with a focus on profitability. In addition, he will be for sales, Service, Marketing, Human Resources and international business responsible.
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