Georg Schick is Strategic Product Manager for all "Track & Trace" solutions from Uhlmann Pac-Systeme GmbH & Co. KG, a global leader in providing systems for packing pharmaceuticals. After completing his degree in electrical engineering at Ulm University of Applied Sciences, he began his career in 1999 at Uhlmann, working as an electrical designer for cartoners and end-of-line packaging machines. From this position, he was promoted to Project Manager for automation. His many years' experience in diverse fields of automation engineering and his extensive project work with clients were the perfect preparation for his current role in Sales and Strategic Product Management for "Track & Trace" solutions. He forms part of a team of experts at Uhlmann, whose in-depth knowledge has earned them a reputation as valued contact partners among pharmaceutical companies.
Frank Bixenmann is Consultant Digital Solutions of the Business Unit Digital of Uhlmann Pac-Systeme GmbH & Co. KG. After completing his further education as a state-certified automation technology technician, the trained mechatronics engineer began his career in 2010 as a project manager for printing and camera systems and track and trace applications at Uhlmann, one of the world's leading system suppliers for the packaging of pharmaceuticals. He then developed further to become an Electrical Engineer Automation Projects. Many years of experience with digital solutions and intensive project work with customers were the best qualification for his current job in sales. As a Consultant Digital Solutions, he is now one of Uhlmann's experts for automation and software solutions, whose in-depth expertise makes him a valued contact for pharmaceutical companies.
Werner Blersch is the responsible Global Product Manager for parenteral packaging at Uhlmann. He graduated as Dipl.-Ing. (FH) in electronics 1994 and as Master of Business administration in 2004. During his career he was in different roles in the high tech industry designing machines for the semiconductor industry as well as in the development of mobile phones.
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