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DOLL appoints Thomas Fred Herkommer as Chief Operating Officer

DOLL appoints Thomas Fred Herkommer as Chief Operating Officer

Effective today Thomas Fred Herkommer (55) has been appointed Chief Operating Officer at DOLL Fahrzeugbau GmbH. He is going to manage the company together with Chief Financial Officer Mark Toschek.

  • Well-known expert to drive production optimization
  • High order backlog
  • Double-digit growth planned for 2015

Thomas Fred Herkommer

Mr. Herkommer has long-standing experience in managing companies within the commercial vehicles sector and is well-known as an expert for process optimization. “I am delighted that we have been able to engage Thomas Fred Herkommer as he is an excellent and experienced industry expert. We will leverage his talents along with the talents of our highly motivated employees to meet our ambitious targets”, says Mark Toschek.

DOLL’s situation has improved substantially following the takeover by Private Equity firm CMP in September 2014. The order intake in the last quarter exceeded expectations across all business units. “We enter 2015 with confidence. Our goal is to achieve revenue growth of 10 %” explains Mark Toschek.

About DOLL

DOLL Fahrzeugbau GmbH is an internationally known trailer manufacturer with a long- standing tradition. DOLL combines innovative strength and deep expertise to produce vehicles for Timber Transport and Heavy Haulage as well as Ground Support Equipment. The product range also includes special trailers and bodies for military authorities and aid organisations. All vehicles are designed and manufactured in the company’s headquarters in Oppenau (Black Forest) as well as in Mildenau, Saxony. The group currently has a total of 360 employees.

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