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Rentschler Appoints New Chief Business Officer

Published: Friday, March 08, 2013
Last Updated: Friday, March 08, 2013
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Seasoned industry expert Frank Ternes joins executive Management Board.

Rentschler Biotechnologie GmbH has announced the appointment of Frank Ternes to the position of Chief Business Officer effective February 1, 2013.

In this position, Mr. Ternes will contribute to the success of the organization by leading the planning, development and execution of all business development, sales & marketing and project management activities.

"Mr. Ternes is an excellent addition to Rentschler's management board," says Dr. Nikolaus F. Rentschler, CEO and owner of Rentschler.

Dr. Rentschler continued, "With his broad experience in the contract manufacturing business, he has a keen understanding of technology, a strong customer focus, and a proven track record for achieving success.”

Frank Ternes brings more than 25 years of experience from Operations and Technology at Boehringer Ingelheim where he last served as Senior Vice President of Biopharmaceutical Contract Manufacturing.

Mr. Ternes holds a degree equivalent to a master’s degree in economics from the University of Bonn, Germany.


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