Appointment to the groupwide REHAU Executive Board


Carsten Heuer is the new Divisional Manager of Window Solutions

On June 1, Carsten Heuer took over the management of the Window Solutions Division of the worldwide active polymer specialist REHAU at the company headquarters in Erlangen. In his capacity as newly appointed member of the expanded management of the group, Carsten Heuer will take over international responsibility and will push forward growth as well as further development of the REHAU Window Division all over the world. 

The qualified wholesale and export merchant has many years of experience in business development, sales and marketing of systems for the window industry. The industry expert has passed through important stations in his successful career at the SCHÜCO Group, where he was the head of interdisciplinary business in Europe as member of the management, and was the worldwide manager of the New Energy Division. Before joining REHAU, Carsten Heuer was responsible for the departments of sales, purchasing, marketing and personnel development at SCHOLLGLAS Holding.

By handing the central position of the Divisional Manager of Window Solutions to Carsten Heuer and appointing him to the expanded group management, REHAU is focusing on a sustainable, profitable growth. The task of the new divisional manager will be to further improve the sales efficiency in the window field and to increase the added value. In these activities, Carsten Heuer is supported by a highly motivated team, which resolutely meets the current challenges in the window market.

Martin Hitchin is the Deputy Divisional Manager of Window Solutions. The native Englishman is the regional manager of Window Solutions in the United Kingdom and South Africa. After the retirement of the previous Divisional Manager Marcus Wittmann in the middle of 2016, Martin Hitchin managed the window field at REHAU ad interim.

With the new team at the head of the Window Solutions Division, REHAU sees itself optimally prepared for the challenges of the future. The global group of companies had a turnover of Euros 3.4 billion last year.