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Change in the Audi Supervisory Board

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Change in the Audi Supervisory Board


Photo: Julian Stratenschulte/dpaThere have been two personnel changes on the part of the employee representatives on the supervisory board of the Ingolstadt car manufacturer Audi. As the works council of the Volkswagen subsidiary announced on Friday morning, the two long-standing board members Rolf Klotz and Helmut Späth retired at the end of 2021 and resigned their mandates.Rolf Klotz has been head of the works council at the Neckarsulm site since 2016 and has worked for the brand with the four rings for 46 years. Alexander Reinhart took the place of the 63-year-old from Mosbach on the Supervisory Board at the turn of the year. Reinhart is 36 years old and began his apprenticeship at Audi in Neckarsulm in 2004. Reinhart has been a member of the works council at the Neckarsulm plant since 2014; In 2021 he finally became Deputy Chairman of the Works Council at the site. With Klotz’ departure, he now took over his position as chairman of the works council in Neckarsulm. “My heart beats for the people and the plant,” the new supervisory board is quoted as saying. Karola Frank succeeds Helmut Späth on the supervisory board for the parent plant in Ingolstadt. After completing her training, Frank became a member of the IG Metall trust body management, where she took over as deputy chair in 2015. The 39-year-old has been an active member of the works council since 2009. “Thanks to many years of experience and knowledge as a works council member with a wide range of support areas, I am looking forward to the new tasks and of course even more that I can now also represent the interests of the Audi employees on the Audi Supervisory Board.” consists of ten members each from the company side and ten from the employee side. The committee is chaired by VW CEO Herbert Diess. DK



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