Hüllhorst (d-pr): As part of the long-term successful development of JET-Group (Hüllhorst, Germany), a change in the company’s management has taken place on 1 April 2017. Eric Pans, who has been CEO a. i. for 10 months will hand over his responsibilities to Ralf Dahmer. Dahmer (49) has many years of international sales experience in the building technology industry and has been involved in managing various companies. In his new function, Dahmer will continue to establish the successful implemented strategy and drive the development of innovative daylight and ventilation products as well as the internationalization and digitalization of the company. “JET-Group offers very positive potential for future-oriented development, given its products and service as well its employees. With this prospect in mind, I look forward to tackling this challenging and very interesting task. Under joint leadership with the already existing well-established management team we aim to grow the JET-Group further and continue the expansion in Europe” emphasizes Ralf Dahmer. With the JET COX Ltd. and the Xtralite Rooflights Ltd. JET-Group is also settled in the United Kingdom.
The “JET Group” with its headquarters in Hüllhorst (Eastern Westphalia, Germany) is a leading European supplier of daylight solutions, ventilation products and smoke and heat exhaust ventilation (SHEV) systems. Its main products include, in particular, light domes and continuous rooflights, which are mainly used in the industrial and municipal construction sectors. In many European countries, the flat roofs of office, administrative and residential buildings are increasingly being equipped with quality daylight products from JET. JET serves its customers from five locations in Germany and has branches in Poland (“JET Grupa Polska Sp. z o. o.”), Denmark (“JET Domex A/S”), Norway (“JET Bramo AS”), the Netherlands (“JET BIK Projecten B.V.” and “JET BIK Producten B.V.”), the United Kingdom (“JET COX Ltd.”, “Xtralite Rooflights Ltd.”), Austria (“JET Gruppe Austria GmbH”) and Switzerland (“JET Tageslichttechnik AG”). The international JET Group has around 750 employees and achieves annual sales of more than 150 million euros.