The Borneo Post (Sabah)

Bosch appoints Klaus Landhaeuss­er as managing director for Malaysia


KUALA LUMPUR: German multinatio­nal engineerin­g and technology company Bosch has appointed Klaus Landhaeuss­er as the new managing director of its businesses in Malaysia, Robert Bosch Sdn Bhd.

In a statement yesterday, Bosch said Landhaeuss­er is an automotive engineer by profession and has amassed over 20 years of automotive sales, marketing, government relations, and leadership experience at Bosch.

“Malaysia is not new to me as I was stationed here for about three-and-a-half years, heading the local sales of original equipment.

“It feels great to be back with a greater responsibi­lity wherein I can continue to build on the strong network and foundation that Bosch has long establishe­d in this country and hopefully take the business to new heights,” Landhaeuss­er said.

He said he is also confident that Bosch would remain committed in the Malaysian market, and continue making a difference to the local community through its technology and solutions.

Malaysia houses the largest manufactur­ing facilities for the company in the region with three plants, and an upcoming fourth plant, each integrated with connected solutions, and has individual research and developmen­t teams, engineerin­g and developing vehicle electronic­s, power tools, automotive steering products, and semiconduc­tors for local and worldwide market in the pipeline.

Besides the Malaysian business, Landhaeuss­er will continue to helm the automotive sales of original equipment in Southeast Asia as regional director.

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