Siegmar Deuring, Director of ATRON Systems AG and member of the group management within the ATRON Group.

Personnel changes at the top of ATRON in Switzerland

Bronschhofen, Switzerland, 23 June 2021. The trained business information scientist Siegmar Deuring (58) returns to ATRON after around six years and takes over the position as Managing Director of ATRON Systems AG in Bronschofen on 1 July 2021. The Swiss company founded in 2004 is part of the International ATRON Group.

Besides being the Managing Director of the ATRON Systems AG Switzerland, Siegmar Deuring is also a member of the executive management of the ATRON Group. In this function, he supports the present group management around owner and Managing Director Dipl.-Ing. Anton Tomov, Managing Director Dipl.-Math. [FH] Barbara Brunner and the Authorized Representative Dipl.-Ing. Christian Fuchs in the areas of sales and marketing.

Siegmar Deuring has years of experience in public transport as well as profound knowledge of development and sales of complex software and hardware solutions. After 5 years as Managing Director of the ATRON Systems AG Switzerland, he switched to Trapeze Switzerland in 2016; first as director for the German-speaking market and then as CEO, he was later responsible for all activities around operations control and ticket systems for the central European market.

"We are happy to have gained a competent and dynamic man for this demanding role in Siegmar Deuring. We are convinced that he will contribute significantly to the further development of ATRON and our business", says Dipl.-Ing. Anton Tomov, owner and director of ATRON Systems AG. The ATRON Group is represented all over Europe with locations in Germany (Markt Schwaben near Munich, Berlin, Leipzig, Dortmund), Croatia (Zagreb), Switzerland (Bronschofen) and Sweden (Linköping).

Picture: The trained business information scientist Siegmar Deuring will become Managing Director of ATRON Systems AG on 1 July 2021 and also a member of the group management within the ATRON Group.

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