Personnel change at Audi plant Ingolstadt: plant director Albert Mayer to retire, Achim Heinfling to be new plant director

A new man is to take charge of the Audi plant in Ingolstadt: Plant director Albert Mayer is to retire this fall and to be succeeded by Achim Heinfling, who is currently managing director of Audi Hungaria

  • Present plant director Albert Mayer to retire this fall
  • Board of Management Member Kössler: “Mayer has put his heart and soul into the Ingolstadt plant – Heinfling brings expertise, experience and empathy”
  • Alfons Dintner to be new managing director of Audi Hungaria

A new man is to take charge of the Audi plant in Ingolstadt: Plant director Albert Mayer is to retire this fall and to be succeeded by Achim Heinfling, who is currently managing director of Audi Hungaria. This was announced on Wednesday evening by Audi’s Board of Management Member for Production Peter Kössler at an internal event, at which he informed his management team about the realignment of the Production division.

Albert Mayer, 65, a genuine Audi veteran, looks back on 40 years at the Audi and Volkswagen Group. Peter Kössler, Audi’s Board of Management Member for Production, praised his commitment as plant director: “Over the past three and a half years, Albert Mayer has dedicated himself to Audi’s home location of Ingolstadt as plant director, and has put his heart and soul into the plant and the concerns of his team. Albert Mayer has been particularly successful in making production more flexible. Until he retires in the fall, he will continue in his role as plant director with his full vigor – just like he has always done.”

SOURCE: Audi AG

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