The Bodo Möller Chemie Group has created a new position within the company as it implements its digitalization strategy. Chemical sector expert Frank Fuhr is now the global vice president for digitalization for Bodo Möller Chemie, working at the company headquarters in Offenbach am Main, Germany.
“As an international company and interface between manufacturers of the chemical sector and users, it is our duty to implement a forward-looking and efficient digitalization strategy and permanently optimize our processes as well as adjust customer experience to the growing expectations. Digital processes provide an essential support in day-to-day business operations and, in addition, also help to optimize the current challenges related to the supply chain,” said Frank Haug, chairman of the board of the Bodo Möller Chemie Group.
Fuhr last held the position of director of supply chain and sourcing at SURTECO, a manufacturer of furniture surfaces. From 2008 to 2017, he was internal sales and controlling manager at Bodo Möller Chemie. Previously, he held executive positions in the areas of customer service, production management, production control, and IT project management.
“I look forward to returning to the Bodo Möller Chemie Group. While the transition to the digital future has undergone a rapid development–especially in recent years–international challenges have also increased. The biggest opportunity lies in transition: Digitalization is the steam engine of this century and optimizes processes immensely–both within our company and in the overall economy,” said Fuhr.
“Our objective is an optimized customer orientation, supported by the digital enhancement of sales, marketing and fulfillment for a seamless multi-channel customer experience in a specific sector. Our strength lies in the connection of product and expert knowledge and we will heavily promote this through digital models,” said Haug.
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