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Lodige Process Technology USA Names New Sales Manager

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Rainer Siepmann, the new Sales Manager for Lodige Process Technology USA

Florence, KY-based Lodige Process Technology (LPT) announced this week that it appointed Rainer Siepmann as its new Sales Manager. 

The company – a subsidiary of the German company Gebr. Lödige Maschinenbau GmbH located in Paderborn – coordinates the whole North American business of Ploughshare® processing technology. Additionally, replacement parts and service for all equipment installed in North America are provided locally by LPT. 

Siepmann will support Lodige in growing the customer base, partnerships and Lödige brand in North America, and offer prompt, reliable and superior technical expertise for the internationally renowned components and systems.

“It is my privilege and honor to be part of Lödige, the industry leader, and contribute to the overall success here in North America, now and in the future,” said Siepmann. 

He joins Lodige Process Technology with extensive sales and marketing experience in national and international industrial and pharmaceutical environments. Originally born and raised in Germany, he started his life in the USA in Cleveland, OH, but resides with his family in the Greater Cincinnati area for over 20 years now.

Over the past two years, he was a business consultant for national and international companies in the fields of sales, marketing and business development. 

Siepmann graduated in Industrial Management at the Economics-Law-Administration School in Duisburg, Germany.

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