Jerry Trostle Leaving Wagner Systems, PCI Board

Matthias Koehler, with more than 10 years of experience within Wagner-Group in Europe and internationally, will become new GM


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Jerry Trostle has announced he will step down as General Manager of Wagner Systems effective July 6. Trostle, who has served as GM of Wagner Systems since February 2005, is resigning from the role as well as Vice President of the Powder Coating Institute to move on to new opportunities on this career path.
In the interim, Jerry will work with his replacement to assure a smooth transition. Matthias Koehler will succeed Trostle. Koehler, who has more than 10 years of experience within Wagner-Group in Europe and internationally, worked for several years as financial analyst and has experiences in sales, sales management and general management. He will continue with the existing plans and programs established at Wagner Systems, Inc.
"Wagner would like to thank Jerry Trostle for all his efforts, his enthusiasm and spirit for WSI and Wagner and for his loyalty to the brand," a company spokesperson said. "Many good things have been accomplished during his tenure including giving Wagner a new face in the market during his seven years at Wagner. We wish Jerry Trostle all the best for the future."


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