Tondach Gleinstätten appoints new board

Tondach Gleinstätten AG is starting the construction season 2014 with changes in its top management. Following more than 50 successful years, Franz Olbrich, long-serving director at Tondach Gleinstätten AG, has gone into well-deserved retirement. Franz Olbrich has devoted his entire life so far to the service of the company and is regarded as a leading pioneer in the clay roofing tile industry.

Martin Olbrich (53) and Marcus Pechlaner (48) have been appointed to the Board with effect from March 2014 and will take over all Board management responsibilities together as part of a structured...

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