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Change of management at Siemens in Hungary: Tamás Jeránek is the new President and CEO

The new President and CEO of Siemens, Tamás Jeránek (50), has been working for Siemens Zrt. Since 2012 as the head of the Digital Industries area, and since 2020 he has been a member of the company’s Board of Directors. Under the management of the specialist, the turnover of one of the company’s flagship businesses multiplied, the number of employees in the field doubled, and large-scale digitization projects were carried out at several large automotive, rubber, pharmaceutical, chemical, metallurgical and cement customers. Prior to his Siemens career, Tamás Jeránek managed his own company and held management positions at a multi-company.

“Siemens has been present in Hungary for more than 130 years. The company has always served development, it also marks the way of the future. “Our customers ‘current goal is to strengthen digitalization, to put the industry’s 4.0 vision into practice. I consider it our job to support our customers’ competitiveness with the best solutions to reap the benefits of connecting the real physical and digital worlds,” said the company’s future president and CEO.

Tamás Jeránek graduated from the Kandó Kálmán Technical College and the Corvinus University. Member of the Consistory of the University of Óbuda in social work

The specialist is a family, father of two children, his hobby is sports.

Change of management at Siemens in Hungary: Tamás Jeránek is the new President and CEO

Dale A. Martin, a The current CEO of Siemens Zrt. Retires

Under the direction of Dale A. Martin (64), the company has become a prominent player in industrial digitalisation, automation and innovation. on the Hungarian market. Under his leadership, Siemens handed over the country’s most efficient combined cycle power plant in Gönyü, turnkey, Vectron locomotives to GYSEV. As a committed and active supporter of industrial innovation, education and sustainability, it has played a key role in the success of the Siemens R&D program for the development of aircraft electric propulsion systems, the launch of dual and advanced dual training programs in Hungary, and the implementation of sustainability and environmental initiatives at Siemens Budapest.

As an active participant in economic cooperation, he held the position of President of the German-Hungarian Chamber of Industry and Commerce for three terms between 2013 and 2019, and is still a member of its Board. Until 2020, he was a member of the board of the Hungarian Chamber of Commerce and Industry for four years, and since 2017 he has been a member of the National Competitiveness Council. His outstanding work has been recognized with many honors, most recently by the President of Hungary with the Middle Cross of the Hungarian Order of Merit in 2021.

“Siemens has undergone significant changes worldwide in recent years, including in Hungary. Therefore, I decided to “At the beginning of the new chapter, I will hand over the baton to Tamás Jeránek, who will take the company to the next accelerating period of digitalization. I wish him all the best for the challenges ahead, the resigning Dale A. Martin.

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