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Enjoy The Silence – EV’s Pose High Demands On Eliminating Noise From Interior Components; A New Generation Of Coatings Solves This Challenge & Provides A Sustained & Long-Lasting Solution
• Influencing Mobility & lifestyle trends
• Future noise requirements for automotive interiors
• Base principle of so called stick slip
• Relevance for interior materials like seats, instrument and door panels
• Introduction of Stahl’s Stay Silent Coating System
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Alexander Schieke
Global Market Manager Mobility @Stahl Holdings BV
As a Global Market Manager Mobility, Alexander Schieke is the bridge between the mobility market – mainly automotive, but also aviation, railway and other transport areas – and Stahl’s departments and business units. His responsibility reaches from direction setting for the strategy to connecting partners along the supply. After some years of consulting at the start of his career, he worked for Benecke Kaliko (today Continental Surface Group) until 2010. In his role as a Business Controller he was involved in the first globalization steps into China before he became Program Manager for Daimler. When Alexander joined Stahl in 2010, he first started as Sales Manager for Performance Coatings, followed in 2013 by a new position as Global Business Manager for Leather Upholstery. After that, he conducted several Global Marketing functions before moving to his current position in 2019. His academic background is in business administration, management and psychology.
Martin van den Berg
Global Market Manager Automotive Seat & Trim, Performance Coatings Division @Stahl Holdings BV
Martin van den Berg, Global Market Manager Automotive Seat & Trim, Performance Coatings Division ,Stahl Holdings bv As a global market manager, Martin is the link between Stahl’ s automotive customers, 1st tiers and OEM’s and Stahl’s marketing, sales, application and R&D units across the globe. His responsibility reaches from product portfolio management, technical marketing, strategic R&D planning to managing the application laboratories in Stahl’s automotive center of excellence in the Netherlands. Martin joined Stahl in 1985 as an R&D chemist. He was promoted to applications manager, business development manager and technical manager before he took his current responsibility. Before joining Stahl, Martin was employed by the Technical University Eindhoven as a research scientist. Martin holds a degree in analytical chemistry.