Executive board at GOK changed

At the beginning of the new year, personnel changes came into effect in the management of regulator and armature specialist GOK. The long-term Managing Director Gerald Unger retired and Andreas Brohm and Manuel Stöcker were promoted to the executive board. Owner and Managing Director Dieter Kleine remains in his position and will guide the transition period. 

With the choice of the new managing directors, GOK is focussing on continuity and future orientation: both Andreas Brohm and Manuel Stöcker are well acquainted with the company, its values and goals as experienced and long-serving GOK employees. Manuel Stöcker will act as Commercial Managing Director, Andreas Brohm will take over the position of Technical Managing Director. 

Both can already look back on a long career at GOK. Andreas Brohm, born in 1968, joined GOK in 1994 after graduating as a mechanical engineer. His previous positions have included Head of Technical Sales and Quality Management and, since 2012, Technical Director with power of procuration. 

Manuel Stöcker, born in 1982, completed his training as an industrial clerk at GOK and then held various positions in the finance department, which he took over in 2015. Manuel Stöcker was granted power of procuration in 2021. 

Dieter Kleine, owner and still part of the executive board: "We are pleased to be able to fill the management position so well from our own ranks. Our business model is based on quality, trust and security. That's why continuity and a deep understanding of the industry-specific challenges and our company are important qualities for us to continue to be successful." With the new management team, GOK sees itself in an ideal position to move into the future with energy and drive, without abandoning its proven goals and values. 

Dieter Kleine and the new Managing Directors would like to thank Gerald Unger for his commitment and work for GOK and wish him the best of health and all the best for his retirement. Gerald Unger has worked for GOK since 1985, including twelve years as Managing Director.