ACG appoints Gerd Hueffmann as head of global sales & commercial excellence

ACG, a leading supplier of fully integrated manufacturing solutions to the global pharmaceutical and nutraceutical industries, has appointed Mr. Gerd Hueffmann as the new head of global sales and commercial excellence for ACG Engineering.

Mr. Hueffmann will be supporting the company as it continues its global expansion. He will be responsible for sales strategy and business planning to drive organisational growth and the development of global markets.

Dr. Marcus Michel, CEO of ACG Engineering, said: “We are focused on building a diverse, world-class team by hiring top international talent. We are delighted to welcome Gerd to ACG, he is a well-known and respected professional, and with his global experience, he brings varied and unique capabilities, including a deep understanding of the pharmaceutical and nutraceutical sectors.

“The team looks forward to collaborating with him to develop our global work towards making the world safer and healthier. With his knowledge in this field, Gerd looks set to develop new and interesting markets for our Engineering Division.”

Gerd Hueffmann added: “I am pleased to join ACG, having worked alongside the company for many years. The company is investing substantially to drive the business excellence agenda worldwide. With my talented global team, I look forward to building on the decades of work that have created this respected global brand, renowned for its commercial achievements.”

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