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Robert Krawczyk, the new Country Manager of EUROPART in Poland

Hagen, 05.02.2018

Effective immediately, an experienced marketing manager will head up EUROPART Polska / Expertise in dealing with commercial enterprises with a large branch network

Robert Krawczyk (53) is the new Chief Executive Officer of EUROPART Polska. Since the start of the year, he has been heading up the international subsidiary EUROPART in Poland as Country Manager. "I am pleased that we have been able to acquire Robert Krawczyk, an experienced marketing manager, for the further expansion of our marketing organisation in Poland" says EUROPART CEO Andreas Rode. "Poland is one of our most important markets, which offers further large growth potential." In Poland, EUROPART is currently served by 26 branches and a comprehensive spare parts supply, in particular along main traffic arteries.

Robert Krawczyk can look back on more than 20 years of professional experience in international companies in different sectors, where he was in managerial positions for the majority of the time. He was (among other things) Vice President of Sales and Marketing with the telephone and Internet provider Plus GSM. Later he was appointed as an executive board member with different IT companies with a market-leading position in terminal and integration services, his last position being as chief executive officer. 

Robert Krawczyk: "I am looking forward very much to my new appointment with the leading commercial enterprise for commercial vehicle parts in Europe and Poland. I have already learned one thing after a short time: Customers hold EUROPART in high esteem, not only because of the incomparably large product range and the high levels of availability of the products, but also because of customer proximity and competent consultation. I wish to build on that in the future and, jointly with an experienced team, consolidate and further extend the successful position of EUROPART as Number 1 in Poland.

Robert Krawczyk succeeds Karol Prozner, who has left the company.