Porsche Consulting is strengthening its presence in the automotive supplier industry: Fabian Piontek (39), Partner for Procurement and Quality, will also assume responsibility for clients in the automotive supply sector from January 1, 2016.
“The assignment of this role goes together with a further increase in the emphasis we place on this vital business area. Our roots are in the automotive industry and we apply the concepts that work for us successfully there in many other sectors,” says Eberhard Weiblen, Chairman of the Executive Board of Porsche Consulting GmbH, Bietigheim-Bissingen. “As an experienced consultant and an expert in the automotive industry, Fabian Piontek has exactly the right profile for this future position.”
After a degree in industrial engineering at the University of Karlsruhe, Fabian Piontek began his career in 2004 as a Junior Consultant at Porsche Consulting. He has been a partner since July 2013, acting to date primarily as a consultant to the procurement and quality departments of major enterprises around the globe.
Headquartered in Bietigheim-Bissingen, Porsche Consulting GmbH is a subsidiary of the sports car maker Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG, Stuttgart. Founded with a staff of four in 1994, it is now one of Germany’s leading consultancy firms and an international business, with over 370 employees and offices abroad in Milan, São Paulo, Atlanta and Shanghai. Our experts in operational excellence advise large corporations and medium-size companies worldwide in the automobile industry, aviation and aerospace, and mechanical engineering. Clients also come from the construction, consumer goods, retail and service sectors.
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