Evosys Laser appoints new key account manager

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Since 1 July, customers of the EVOSYS Group can now also rely on the knowledge and experience of Mr. Stephan Nickisch. He belongs to the old hands in the industry and with his high customer orientation, he fits perfectly to the business concept of Evosys Laser GmbH.

Stephan Nickisch (36) has been active in laser plastic welding for more than a decade. From initial stages in process development to contract manufacturing, he has been able to gather extensive know-how in the technology. In the further course of his career he was responsible for key positions in service and sales due to his outstanding competence. As Key Account Manager at Evosys Laser GmbH, Stephan Nickisch will be responsible for expanding the systems business.

"The entire Evosys team is enthusiastic about this new acquisition and our customers can now rely on even more excellent competence," says Managing Partner Frank Brunnecker.

Evosys Laser GmbH won the Founder Prize from the Nuremberg Chamber of Industry and Commerce in 2018 for its innovative technology and economically sustainable business concept, and was nominated for the Bavarian Founder Price this year. There are also intensive contacts to the university location Erlangen-Nuremberg and to the Bavarian Laser Center.

The Evosys Group currently consists of three companies, the parent company Evosys Laser GmbH, the subsidiary LPW Services GmbH and the subsidiary Evosys (Suzhou) Laser System Co., Ltd. in China.







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