TTP Group reshuffles top management of Triplan Ingenieur AG
The Swiss Triplan Ingenieur AG, a subsidiary of TTP Group, has realigned its top management. As of January 1, 2022, Redjai Mamuti is the new Managing Director of Triplan Ingenieur AG, Switzerland. He takes over from Martin Scherrer, who has presided over the company as Interim Managing Director since February 2021.
Dr. Andreas Bonhoff, CEO of TTP Group, welcomed Redjai Mamuti: “We are proud that we were able to fill this leadership position of Triplan Ingenieur AG from TTP Group rows. A sign of excellent functioning corporate culture with structured internal development and training opportunities.”
Redjai Mamuti has a degree in process engineering and initially took over the position as Deputy Managing Director. He joins from TTP Group’s Swiss subsidiary Pharmaplan AG, where he had been employed as a senior engineer and team leader since 2019. There, he was responsible for leading and managing process teams in various investment projects. He can now apply his many years of experience at Triplan Ingenieur AG and use his strengths profitably in his new position: The leadership and motivation of employees as well as excellent communication and the development of sustainable customer relationships.
Stefan Berg, Country Head of TTP Group in Switzerland, is counting on the synergies created by this change of position: “With Redjai we can count on an excellent leader who represents the values of TTP Group in the best possible way. I am therefore convinced that Redjai Mamuti will optimally develop Triplan Ingenieur AG in the chemical industry and the life science market in Switzerland and strengthen customer relationships.”
For Triplan, Redjai Mamuti sees growth potential above all in chemical APIs, fine and specialty chemicals. According to Mamuti, Triplan Ingenieur AG’s expertise lies in the execution of small and medium-sized projects, which are handled in regional proximity to the customer and with a high level of local knowledge of the plants.
With the brand celebrating its 50th-anniversary last year, Redjai Mamuti can build on the brand’s recognition: “Triplan has a name in the market. We have long-standing relationships and strategic partnerships with many customers. We know their corporate structures, locations and production facilities, and internal standards well.” To be able to act quickly and agilely in new projects, he believes this knowledge serves as a basis. This means that his customers can always count on both the usual high level of quality and the rapid availability of the necessary resources.
Redjai Mamuti has clearly defined goals: “I will go on a growth course with Triplan and massively strengthen the areas of chemical process technology, mechanical design, and CAD technology.” In doing so, he wants to set the course to make Triplan the leading engineering partner for the chemical industry and the life science market in Switzerland.
About TTP Group: TTP Group is specializing in consulting and engineering services for the process industry. Over 1,000 highly skilled employees are working at more than 26 offices in Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Switzerland, and India. With two strong brands – Triplan and Pharmaplan – established for over 50 years, TTP Group is one of Europe’s leading engineering companies for the process industry, working for clients worldwide.
Triplan is a leading lifecycle engineering and EPCM(V) partner for the chemical, life science and petrochemical process industry. The company provides consulting, front-end engineering, execution of investment projects, and site engineering services. As premium partner for renowned international companies, Triplan optimizes and plans laboratory, pilot, and production plants as well as utility systems and infrastructure.
Pharmaplan is one of the leading engineering companies for the GMP regulated industry in Europe. Highly recognized for integrated and holistic planning, Pharmaplan designs and realizes research buildings and production facilities for its customers. Pharmaplan covers the entire value chain of pharmaceutical engineering from consulting to EPCMV projects and upgrades to local site support.
With highly qualified employees working in areas such as project management, process engineering, GMP, laboratory planning, architecture, building services, and digital factory, Pharmaplan sets the course for the global supply of