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IDS expands management with third member

Alexander Lewinsky becomes Co-Managing Director

02.08.2021 - Effective August 1, Alexander Lewinsky became Managing Director of camera manufacturer IDS. The engineer takes over the operational management of the Obersulm-based company alongside Jan Hartmann. Company founder and shareholder Jürgen Hartmann remains responsible for development and product management.

Alexander Lewinsky has been part of the IDS team since 2012, first as product manager, then as purchasing manager and division manager for production/logistics and quality assurance. In his new position, he will continue to be primarily responsible for the areas of purchasing, production, logistics, quality assurance, and infrastructure.

"With Alexander Lewinsky, IDS is getting someone with experience in the industry as Managing Director, who has accompanied the development of the company for nine years and has had a significant influence on the entire Operations division, not least through structuring and optimization measures," says Jürgen Hartmann. His son Jan Hartmann is responsible for the areas of administration, sales, system consulting and marketing in the same course.

"I am very pleased about the appointment and look forward to an even closer cooperation with Jan and Jürgen Hartmann," explains Lewinsky, who has been part of the extended management team as an authorized signatory since March last year.

IDS was founded in 1997 as a two-man company and today employs over 330 people. The headquarters in Obersulm, Baden-Württemberg, is the development and production site. In addition, there are subsidiaries in the USA, Japan, South Korea and Great Britain as well as further representative offices in Europe.

Contact

IDS Imaging Development Systems GmbH

Dimbacher Str. 6-8
74182 Obersulm
Germany

+49 7134 96196 0
+ 49 7134 96196 99

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