Klaus Goeldenbot appointed CEO of Nisbets

02 August 2017 by
Klaus Goeldenbot appointed CEO of Nisbets

Klaus Goeldenbot has been announced as the new CEO for catering equipment supplies company Nisbets following the departure of managing director Paul McMahon.

Goeldenbot joins Nisbets from global electronic and industrial components company RS Components where he most recently held the role of president. Prior to this he spent 10 years with C-Part and MRO distributor Wϋrth.

Andrew Nisbet, chairman, said: "I am delighted to welcome Klaus as Nisbets CEO. Attracting someone of Klaus's calibre to Nisbets is a reflection of the strength and culture of our business. Klaus brings excellent knowledge and experience to the business as we continue to drive our ambitious growth plans.

In addition to this announcement Nisbet, added: "I would also like to personally thank Paul McMahon for presiding as Nisbets managing director for the last 19 years. Paul has overseen an incredible growth period at Nisbets and it has been an absolute pleasure to have worked with him."

Goeldenbot said: "I am very excited to be working with everyone at Nisbets to write the next successful chapter of the Nisbets story. Building upon the great foundation created by Andrew and Paul, we will continue to deliver exceptional customer service and constantly innovate to add value to our customers and suppliers to further expand Nisbets as a global player in the catering industry."

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