Adam Hall bolsters global sales force with new appointments

The company continues to expand its international sales team.
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Adam Hall Group has made a number of additions to its international sales team, as the company continues to expand across the globe.

Markus Jahnel, COO and managing director, will assume responsibility for the Adam Hall Group’s global business development with immediate effect, replacing the resting Bodo Falkenried at the end of September. 

“The long-term development of new business areas and partnerships and the development and personal maintenance of our global networks are important priorities for the immediate future. I am looking forward to being even closer to our marketplace expansion,” said Jahnel, who has been with the company over 27 years. “We would like to thank Bodo for his great work and wish him all the best for the new chapter in his life. He was a valued employee who was greatly appreciated by the entire team,” expresses Markus Jahnel.

Meanwhile, Marcel Mieger takes on the role of sales director, Europe, at the beginning of September. A member of the Adam Hall Family for 16 years, he will now look after the firm’s ever-expanding European sales network.

Elsewhere, Gabriel Medrano takes over as COO of the newly formed, New Jersey-based Adam Hall North America, Inc., another subsidiary and local business unit of the Adam Hall Group founded in January this year. Together with Steven Savvides, president, Adam Hall North America, Inc., Medrano is responsible for the development of the entire business in North America. The 43-year-old has demonstrated his technical expertise and leadership qualities for the company over the last ten years, most recently as International sales manager for Southern Europe and South America.

Earlier this year, Adam Hall Group opened a brand new state-of-the-art experience centre in Germany. You can read our interview with the company’s CEO Alexander Pietschmann on what the new facility means for the company’s international and domestic business here.

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