Heidi-Melanie Maier named Trumpf national service directorClick image to enlarge

Heidi-Melanie Maier has been named national service director for Standard Machines within the Trumpf Inc. service department.

Maier will report to Annette Doyle, vice president of technical service for Trumpf in North America. The appointment is effective October 1, 2021.

Maier began her career with Trumpf in 2001 at the company headquarters in Ditzingen, Germany in the media relations and communications department. During her tenure there, she held various leadership roles working closely with her colleagues in product management areas.

Maier was head of corporate communications from 2011 to 2017. In 2018 she assumed the role of director of sales and marketing for TruServices and Smart Services at Trumpf in North America. Maier holds bachelor’s degrees from the University of Münster and the University of East Anglia as well as a master’s degree from the University of Stuttgart.

In her new role, Maier will be responsible for overseeing the day-to-day activities of the service team for standard machine tool products throughout North America. She will also apply her strategic expertise to develop Trumpf’s service organization and customer support.

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