Lamla previously worked as Financial Director for Porsche Leipzig GmbH, where he played a major role in building up the important production site. Before heading to Leipzig he was Managing Director of Porsche Ibérica.

“I'm really looking forward to this new challenge,” says Lamla. “I already know many people at Porsche Consulting from joint projects in Leipzig, where they've been working closely on the various plant expansions. So the connection to the Leipzig site will continue. But now I'm also excited about the chance to look beyond the automotive industry.”

Lamla's predecessor Lindheim took charge of Porsche Consulting's finances in 2008. Since this time, the company grew from 220 employees to its current total of 750 and to 12 offices in six countries. “Wolfgang Lindheim helped shape our company during a very successful period,” says Eberhard Weiblen, CEO of Porsche Consulting. “I'm grateful to Wolfgang for his great commitment and brilliant ideas, and wish him every conceivable happiness for the years to come. I also hope he remains connected with Porsche Consulting in the future.” Lindheim will stay at the company through March for a transitional period before officially handing over the baton on April 1.

Porsche Consulting GmbH is a leading German management consultancy operating on an international level. By means of strategies and their effective implementation, Porsche Consulting supports companies in realizing visions and ideas, and contributes to a sustainable increase in success. Its clients include corporations and medium-sized companies from industry and business. The company is a subsidiary of the sports-car manufacturer Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG, Stuttgart.

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