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Veiling Rhein-Maas under new managementAs of January 1st 2017, Uwe Bedenbecker and Marc Schax have become the interim joint heads of Veiling Rhein-Maas GmbH & Co. KG.
Mr Bedenbecker, 51, has extensive sales and marketing knowledge. After graduating in Economics (majoring in Marketing and Management), he became Head of Marketing at Wolf-Garten gardening stores, and most recently was a Business Unit Head at leisure company Heinz Kettler before being invited to join Veiling Rhein-Maas' management team as Head of Marketing at the start of 2016.
Mr Schax, 42, is a proven expert of many years' standing in flower and plant auctioning. He trained in 1990 as a wholesale and overseas trader at UGA, subsequently taking the additional training to qualify as a government-certified management economist (Betriebswirt). He has been active in auctioning right back to the time of his training, and has been Head of Cut Flowers Administration since 2002. Since Veiling Rhein-Maas was set up, he has been responsible for all the commercial processes as Head of Administration on the company's Management Team.
December 31st 2016 was Ruud Knorr's last day in service as Head of Veiling Rhein-Maas. His resignation was accepted by both of the parent companies, Landgard Blumen & Pflanzen GmbH and Royal FloraHolland.
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Publication date: 1/4/2017
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