According to the group of companies, Riet Steiger decided to take the next step in his development outside of Competec after the intensive period marked by Corona. "Riet and his team have handled enormous volumes in logistics over the past 24 months, always focusing on the delivery promise we make to our customers. This has been complemented by the expansion of the logistics center and the doubling of the workforce during the pandemic. I would like to thank him very much for his commitment and this team effort," says Martin Lorenz, CEO of the Competec Group.
Riet Steiger joined the Competec Group in October 2019 and became the first CEO of Competec Logistics. The company's management created this position, on the one hand, to perform more corporate management tasks at the logistics site due to the rapid growth and increasing complexity, and, on the other hand, to give the essential logistics division more weight in the top management body of the trading group.
Until Competec has found a person to succeed him, Lukas Camenzind will take over the post ad interim. The 47-year-old from Schwyz brings more than 20 years of professional experience as a manager, project manager, trainer and coach, as well as the founder of his own consulting company.
The Competec Group consists of the trading companies Alltron, Jamei, Medidor and brack.ch as well as the logistics service provider Competec Logistik and Competec Service. The group comprises over 920 employees and in 2020 generated sales of around 1.026 billion. Swiss francs in 2020.