Bruker appoints new head of MRI business

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  • Published: Oct 15, 2015
  • Author: Jon Evans
  • Source: Bruker Corporation
  • Suppliers: Bruker Corporation
  • Channels: MRI Spectroscopy
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Bruker has appointed René Lenggenhager as president of Bruker BioSpin, its magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) business, effective 1 November 2015.

Lenggenhager has over 25 years of management experience in international high-tech companies and in the scientific instruments industry, where his responsibilities have included general management with profit and loss responsibility for a global business, marketing, R&D and global operations.

He comes to Bruker from the precision instrument company METTLER TOLEDO, where he has served as general manager for laboratory weighing since 2004. He holds a PhD in physics from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich, a Bachelor of Science in electronics from the University of Applied Sciences NTB and an executive MBA from the University of St. Gallen, all in Switzerland.

‘I am very pleased to welcome René to Bruker,’ said Frank Laukien, president and CEO of Bruker Corporation. ‘His success in our industry, his broad technical background, and his passion for innovation and customers are impressive. His outstanding track record with operational excellence, profitable growth and margin enhancement make René a compelling group president to lead Bruker BioSpin to the next level.”

‘Bruker has a strong reputation for excellence in the customer community, with high-performance instruments and high-value analytical solutions,’ commented Lenggenhager. ‘Bruker BioSpin is making progress with its transformation and recent new product launches, and I am excited to join this creative team to drive profitable growth and value for our customers and shareholders. I am committed to business success and to providing the best solutions to make our customers successful, and to develop new applications that will improve the quality of human life.’

(Photo of René Lenggenhager courtesy of Bruker.)

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