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Bombardier Transportation Names New Leadership in Poland and Eastern Europe
  • Marcin Kowalczyk takes over Head of Ecosystem Cluster Eastern Europe and CIS role
  • Warsaw, January 2, 2018 – Rail technology leader Bombardier Transportation announced today that Marcin Kowalczyk has been named Head of Ecosystem Cluster Eastern Europe and CIS at Bombardier Transportation. In this position, Marcin Kowalczyk will be responsible for sales, market strategy and business development activities in Poland and Eastern Europe. This appointment reinforces Bombardier’s focus and commitment towards building a sustainable business in this strategic region while improving the company’s competitiveness.

    “Eastern Europe is one of the high priority markets for Bombardier Transportation. We place a strong focus on developing our Eastern European sites and enhancing our engineering and industrial footprint”, said Michael Fohrer, Bombardier Transportation, President Central and Eastern Europe, Russia, CIS, China and Israel. “Marcin brings broad and international experience in railway industry. He has the proven credentials and skills that makes him the right choice to lead successfully our Polish and Eastern European rolling stock business.”

    During his 36 years of rich working experience, Marcin Kowalczyk has gained international experience managing manufacturing companies in Poland, Czech Republic, China, Germany, Russia and Nigeria. Among others he was President and CEO of Axtone, a key producer of railway components, and previously held various positions at ABB Group. He graduated from the Warsaw School of Economics and holds a Master of Economics degree.

    Bombardier is the largest international investor in the rail transportation industry in Poland. It has more than 2,000 employees in Katowice, Łódź, Warsaw and Wrocław. Its wide range of business activities includes the production of locomotive, passenger vehicles and high-speed train car bodies, bogie frames, design and production of rail control and signalling systems, the production of electric devices and equipment as well as maintenance of rail vehicles.

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