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Management Change at Renz

After 34 years there has been a change in the top management at Renz in Heubach. The owner Peter Renz (67) resigned from his position as CEO, due to his age. He now has a role on the recently initiated advisory board of the Chr. Renz GmbH. Peter Renz developed this business into a worldwide leading company that now has a legacy of over a 100 years.

Michael Schubert (41) has been appointed new managing partner of the Renz Group. He joined Renz in 2006 as International Sales Manager. Before that he had different jobs in the capital goods industry and worked for 12 years in the United States and Brazil.


Renz are the one of the leading produces and distributes of binding and laminating systems. The Renz group is internationally represented with nine subsidiaries and employees over 350 people worldwide

Photo. Michael Schubert

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