Sebastian Groesslhuber (52) has been appointed the new CEO of Swedish professional furniture maker Kinnarps in Germany.
He is the successor of Jörg Pannekoike and will start immediately as part of the restructuring of the company.
Sebastian Groesslhuber has 22 years of experience in the industry and in dealer sales. His main objective will be to develop a business plan for Germany, with the aim to improve Kinnarps Germany’s profitability and strengthen its market position.
He will report to Kinnarps’ CEO, Per-Arne Andersson, who said: “Sebastian Groesslhuber brings the right competences to carry this assignment and to support our sales on the German market. He shares the same vision for Kinnarps Germany.”
Jörg Pannekoike has left the company. According to Kinnarps, “He successfully led the business in the last years and has been the main driving force of the Samas integration. Kinnarps management explicitly thanks Jörg Pannekoike for his performance and wishes him all the best in his professional and private future.”