Henk de Bruin Announced as the Director of Strategic Business Development for Scheidt & Bachmann Parking Division

Henk de Bruin, Scheidt & Bachmann

Scheidt & Bachmann recently announced the induction of Henk de Bruin to the role of Director of Strategic Business Development effective on 1st December 2015. In this function, he also supports strategic product management and the further development of strategic partnerships.

Henk de Bruin has been active in the parking industry for a number of years, assuming numerous management positions at manufacturers and internationally operating car park operators. In his new function at Scheidt & Bachmann, Henk de Bruin not only accepts new challenges but also fulfils his personal passion for product development and marketing. Henk de Bruin has expressed his satisfaction at the opportunity to be able to work in the product sector.

Martin Kammler, Managing Director of the Parking Division, reports that "We are pleased to be able to report that Henk de Bruin, a strategy specialist with international experience, is henceforth member of our Scheidt & Bachmann team. With product innovations, the expansion of our market presence and the inclusion of new markets, we continue to pursue the goals of our business development."

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The family-owned company with its headquarters in Moenchengladbach, Germany was founded in 1872 and is now managed in its fifth generation. In the four divisions Fare Collection systems, Signalling Systems, Petrol Station Systems and Parking and Leisure Centre Systems, Scheidt & Bachmann is setting worldwide standards. The Parking Systems division dominates the international car park market by nearly 22,000 installations; it is the system provider for more than 75 airports worldwide.Scheidt & Bachmann provides with its brand “entervo” integrated, modular general solutions consisting of up-to-date JAVA software and innovative equipment.


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