|CEO of BSH UK|
Uwe Hanneck, CEO of BSH UK, has retired after nearly 40 years heading up Neff and the BSH Group subsidiary, and has been succeeded by Michael Steinle.
In 1972, Hanneck was tasked with establishing a British subsidiary for Neff, which was unknown in the UK.
By the time he left the country, to run Neff France in 1979, the UK turnover had reached over £13million.
|Former CEO of BSH UK|
Uwe Hanneck has retired
Hanneck has chaired industry bodies, including Association of Manufacturers of Domestic Electrical Appliances (AMDEA) and the Kitchen Bathroom Bedroom National Training Group (KBB NTG).
He has been succeeded by Michael Steinle, CEO of BSH Huschallsapparater AB in Northern Europe, where he was responsible for Sweden, Norway, Finland, Denmark, Iceland and the Baltic states.
Steinle started his career with BSH in 1982 as a graduate trainee in Siemens in Munich and has spent the past 28 years working for the group.