NETZSCH Pumps & Systems CEO Kleinert Goes Into Retirement

Felix Kleinert, the CEO of the Waldkraiburg-based company NETZSCH Pumpen & Systeme GmbH, is taking his well-deserved retirement at the end of the fiscal year on June 30, 2023. After almost 25 years with the company, Kleinert is now handing over the scepter to Mr. Andreas Denker.
NETZSCH Pumps & Systems CEO Kleinert Goes Into Retirement

Warm words for the retirement of Felix Kleinert. (Image source: NETZSCH Pumpen & Systeme GmbH)

To mark the farewell, countless employees of the global specialist for handling complex media have shared their memories of their time and collaboration with Mr. Kleinert and also provided photos.

NETZSCH CEO Felix Kleinert Hands over the Baton to Andreas Denker
After almost a quarter of a century as Managing Director of the Waldkraibug-based company NETZSCH Pumpen & Systeme GmbH, Felix Kleinert is taking his well-deserved retirement. Kleinert's time at NETZSCH will also come to an end at the end of the current fiscal year 2023 on June 30, 2023. He hands over the scepter to his successor Mr. Andreas Denker.

Andreas Denker took up his position on April 1 of this year as part of a transition phase together with the outgoing CEO. He describes his start as brilliant and is looking forward to the tasks ahead of him. His more than 20 years of management experience with internationally operating companies will stand him in good stead.

Felix Kleinert started his career as CEO at NETZSCH Pumps & Systems in 1999 and can now look back on a fulfilling and good professional life. He developed the company into a global player in the pump industry and is now taking his well-earned retirement.

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