Foba appoints new managing director

Stefan Heczko has been appointed Managing Director for Alltec GmbH (FOBA Laser Marking + Engraving), one of the leading laser marking technology companies, headquartered in Selmsdorf/Germany. In his new role, he succeeds Alltec/FOBA’s recent General Manager Ondrej Kruk who had been with the company for over three years and has moved on to lead another company within the Danaher Corporation. 

Stefan Heczko is dedicated to further strengthen FOBA’s market position among the world leading manufacturers of laser marking systems. Customer service, international growth and innovation will be the prime focus of his leadership, as well as the implementation and development of internal process and quality standards. 

“We want to leverage our customer service to the best. In doing so, we work closely together and appreciate flat hierarchies and open communication between our team members. Objectives and achievements are being presented in a clear and comprehensive way to all our associates”, said Heczko, characterizing Alltec/FOBA’s corporate culture. As an experienced industrial engineer who already held several leading roles in international technology businesses, he is looking forward to shaping the company’s future development. 

Alltec GmbH with its FOBA Laser Marking + Engraving brand is among the leaders in manu­factur­ing and supplying innovative solutions for laser marking. FOBA’s marking lasers, laser marking workstations and vision assisted laser marking workflows mark a variety of materials and parts not least in the key markets of Automotive and Medical but also in Electronics, Plastics and Tool, Metal and Mold Making. Worldwide sales and service branches serve the most important markets.

Since 2004, Alltec/FOBA – headquartered near Hamburg/Germany – is part of the US-based Danaher Corporation.

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