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Trelleborg welcome new MD

Max Billinger

Max Billinger appointed as managing director of company’s industrial anti-vibration solutions operation

TRELLEBORG have appointed Max Billinger as managing director of their industrial anti-vibration solutions operation, as part of a wider strategy to strengthen their market position for this operation and expand its operations globally.

Mr Billinger brings over 25 years’ industrial experience to his new position having previously held senior-level roles across Europe in the rail, automotive and off-highway sectors.

In his new position, Mr Billinger will be responsible for driving all aspects of Trelleborg’s industrial anti-vibration solutions operation strategy in line with its Never Felt Better vision. He will also oversee R&D, sales and marketing, and delivery performance.

Mikael Fryklund, president of Trelleborg Industrial Solutions, said: ‘We are very pleased to welcome Max to the organization and know his knowledge and expertise across the industrial market will be an asset to Trelleborg.

‘We are investing heavily in R&D, and are proud to offer engineered solutions that solve the challenges faced by our customers, and Max’s appointment will help communicate this message further.’

Mr Billinger said: ‘Trelleborg is recognized as one of the leading manufacturers of anti-vibration solutions in the world, so I am really pleased to be joining a globally-renowned organization with a strong, lasting heritage.

‘I am looking forward to helping to grow the operation in new areas through innovation and solutions that not only offer outstanding performance and functionality, but benefit our customers and their businesses.’

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