JAS Projects forms a Global Management Committee
JAS Projects has formed a Global Management Committee, a strategic initiative that follows the recent changes at the JAS Projects headquarters in Bremen, Germany, with the appointment of Thorsten Mock as the new Global Managing Director.
The Global Management Committee comprises a team of accomplished professionals who will play a key role in shaping JAS Projects’ future strategies and addressing clients’ evolving needs in the rapidly changing environment, markets, and technologies, the company said in its statement.
The nominated members of the committee include, Thorsten Mock, managing director JAS Projects Global, Thorsten Grams, director business development & operations JAS Projects Global, Philipp Weidlich, head of JAS Projects USA & Canada, Boris Ruediger, head of JAS Projects Germany, Korea & Japan, Farhan Khawaja, head of JAS Projects Middle East, Leo Wu, head of JAS Projects China.
The formation of the Global Management Committee reflects JAS Projects’ commitment to delivering exceptional services tailored to the specific needs of its clients.
As the managing director of JAS Projects, Thorsten Mock, explained, “This committee has been established not to reinvent the wheel, but to better address the future demands in our industry and those of our clients.”
Aligned with the vision of JAS Worldwide, the committee recognises the significance of collective effort and collaboration. The company is looking to further strengthen its position in the industry.
The chances and the challenges are immense in view to sustainability, decarbonisation and the transition from fossil to green energies, “This is the challenge for all of us,” Thorsten Mock concludes.