Bosch appoints new chief for Hungary
Javier Gonzalez Pareja has been appointed to head the Hungarian, Slovenian, Croatian, Serbian, Montenegrin and Bosnian-Herzegovinian units of German engineering giant Bosch, the company told MTI on Monday.
Mr Pareja, 43, has worked for Bosch since 1994, joining the company as an intern in Madrid. He replaces Thomas E. Beyer, who will continue with the company as chairman of Bosch’s businesses in the ten countries of the Adria region.
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