Benjamin Göldner becomes General Manager of CHAINMASTER GmbH
Today, we are delighted to announce that Benjamin Göldner will be joining CHAINMASTER GmbH as General Manager from 01.05.2021 and will be responsible for the entire operational business at the company’s site in Eilenburg. His focus will be on the cooperation with his colleagues.
“TEAM – Together Everyone Achieves More – a motto that will always guide me in my new challenges,” says Mr Göldner, looking forward to his new position at CHAINMASTER.
Benjamin Göldner, who studied industrial engineering, has been part of the LIFTKET Group since October 2017. As Purchasing Manager of LIFTKET Hoffmann GmbH, he was already able to contribute his entrepreneurial thinking and know-how to the success of the company. His foresight across a wide range of processes and departments in the company, a pronounced affinity for sales and his strong communication skills, he will be using with great commitment in the future as General Manager at CHAINMASTER to further strengthen the company in the international market.
Jürgen Dlugi, CEO of LIFTKET Hoffmann GmbH, and Thomas Birke, CEO of CHAINMASTER GmbH, are very happy about Mr. Göldner’s Management support. “As an enthusiastic footballer, Benjamin Göldner is a real team player and will enrich the team of 30 employees in Eilenburg with his dynamism and bring it further forward.”
Since the market launch of CHAINMASTER products in 1994, the medium-sized, Saxon-based company has developed into one of the world’s leading manufacturers of hoist technology in the event industry and offers a comprehensive range of products for all requirements from set-up operations to complex scenic movements to complete automation of performances. National and international projects are accompanied individually from planning to implementation through to user training. The worldwide network of CHAINMASTER Consulting Offices, commercial partners and trained service companies guarantees comprehensive after-sales service. CHAINMASTER now exports to 55 countries worldwide. The company’s references include projects such as the new Elbe Philharmonic Hall in Hamburg, the Louvre in Lens, the Stockholm Opera, the Almaty Ice Arena, the Kremlin State Palace, the 2014 Olympic Games in Sochi and the Helmut List Hall in Graz.