New Managing Director for KOLLMORGEN in Turkey
Istanbul, June 2016 – Noyan Bayhan takes over as new Managing Director of the Turkish subsidiary of KOLLMORGEN in Istanbul. The 40-year-old MBA-qualified engineer was previously at Danaher Dental Group, where he held a variety of management positions over the past five years. As the new Managing Director of the relatively young company on the Bosporus, Bayhan has set himself the task of further expanding its role as a development partner for mechanical and plant engineering. KOLLMORGEN’s success in Turkey and neighboring countries in the Middle East lies primarily in drive technology and engineering services.
Partners and specialists for automation, visualization, motion control and switchgear manufacturing: In addition to its product portfolio, KOLLMORGEN in Turkey also offers complete switchgear manufacturing, providing ready-to-install automation solutions. The Istanbul location also includes a training center. With Noyan Bayhan on board, the team now has a Managing Director with more than 15 years’ experience in the strategic development of national and international markets. Noyan Bayhan is also an industry expert in the field of pharmaceuticals, an area where KOLLMORGEN scores highly thanks to its “hygienic design” drive solutions, in particular.
Noyan Bayhan is the new Managing Director of KOLLMORGEN in Turkey.
The highly motivated team at KOLLMORGEN is increasingly establishing itself as a strong partner for mechanical engineering in Turkey.
KOLLMORGEN is a leading provider of integrated automation and drive systems and components for mechanical engineering firms around the globe. With over 70 years of experience in motion control design and application, and a wealth of expertise in constructing standard and custom solutions, KOLLMORGEN always delivers solutions which are characterized by their performance, quality, reliability and ease-of-use, giving its customers an irrefutable market advantage. – Further information: www.kollmorgen.com/uk | THINK@kollmorgen.com
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