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Lars Lindert. (Photo: © Guido Schwarz)
IBB Fördertechnik has appointed Lars Lindert as “Customer Happiness Manager”. Lindert was previously Head of Elevator-FM and Lifecycle Management at Simplifa.
At IBB Fördertechnik, the 52-year old will be responsible for the departments Business Development and Distribution.
IBB managing director Michael Reichelt explained the unusual title, "Since summer 2022, we had been looking for a lift specialist, who would both reinforce us in sales as well as having the expertise and foresight for a constant expansion of our service portfolio – and as a result make our customers, the lift market, ‘happy’. Due to his many years of experience and large network, we have now been able to fill this role ideally with Lars."
Before joining Simplifa, Lindert was Head of Standards and Regulations at Hundt Consult, an engineering firm for conveyance technology in Berlin. Before this, he expedited the development of the conveyance technology department at Dekra and obtained his licence as inspector in approved authorisation bodies and notified bodies.
Lindert has a degree from the HTW Berlin University of Applied Sciences and the Beuth University of Applied Sciences Berlin. In addition, the lift expert belongs to the advisory board of the LIFTjournal.
More information: ibb-group.de
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