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New managing director appointed at Frequentis Comsoft

Posted 8 January 2019 · Add Comment

Thomas Hoffmann has been appointed the new managing director at Frequentis Comsoft, a software company in the Frequentis Group for air traffic management (ATM) and defence domains.

 

Hoffmann is taking over the position from Gerald Enzinger.

Hoffmann, an air traffic control professional with a broad background of experience will take over the leading position at Frequentis Comsoft in Karlsruhe, Germany.

"Frequentis Comsoft developed more than positively in its first three years and we would like to thank current managing director Gerald Enzinger for this progress and expansion work. He can now hand over a very well established business to his successor. We see Thomas Hoffmann as the ideal managing director for the further expansion of the Frequentis Group's important future topics such as automation and surveillance,” said Frequentis CEO Norbert Haslacher.

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