Industry | Manufacturing
Any company that aims to carve out a presence in an international market must attract leaders who can operate amidst massive change. The executive leadership of a company’s overseas subsidiaries will need to look very different from it does today, owing to the convergence of megatrends such as digitalization, factory 4.0, the appearance of new global players, M&A activity, new manufacturing innovation, activist investors and political demands to re-shore production. We have the expertise to help you find the best talent available to meet these demands.
In our clients words...
We’re a medium-sized, yet leading, company in the field of straightening equipment for sheet metal processing. In order to promote the growth of our sales... read more
While restructuring our US office, which included the exchange of long-term senior employees we hired TH Bender & Partners as our exclusive executive search consultant... read more
For many years, we’ve been known as a very successful producer of transmission solutions in the USA. It was, however, our impression that our US... read more
TH Bender is characterized by its extensive and thorough approach during the recruitment process. Their professionalism and depth of experience in American HR matters was... read more
I know TH Bender from the perspective of a candidate and a client. What makes TH Bender so effective is their ability to quickly develop... read more
EXECUTIVE RECRUITING AND CORPORATE DEVELOPMENT
Executive recruiting in Industry and Manufacturing are not an isolated Human Resources issue. The recruitment of any executive responsible for a P&L and his/her team is the key factor determining success or failure in foreign markets. Selecting transformational leaders is the most far-reaching decision executives, owners and shareholders can make - it is the key to the development and implementation of a sustainable, growth-focused business strategy.
THE IMPLEMENTATION OF BUSINESS STRATEGIES - CASE STUDIES
A German-headquartered industrial manufacturer required support with identifying and selecting the future president for their manufacturing facility in Michigan as part of a succession plan.
A German- headquartered industrial manufacturing company required support with identifying and selecting the future plant manager for their facility in Wisconsin.
A Swiss-headquartered industrial manufacturing company required support with identifying and selecting the future VP of Human Resources for their fast-growing manufacturing facility in Georgia.
An Italy-headquartered, family-owned manufacturer of soft paper tissues has been rapidly expanding its footprint in North America.
FACTS MATTER: KEY METRICS OF RECENT ASSIGNMENTS
|Description of Assignment||Number of Candidates||# of presentations required until offer made||weeks until first presentation||# of weeks until first day of work|
|CEO - Cargo Equipment||5||2||4||9|
|CEO - Machine Tools||4||1||4||8|
|CEO (North America) - Defense Contractor||5||1||5||9|
|Managing Director - Industrial Switches||4||1||5||10|
|President - Engineered Capital Equipment||4||1||6||8|
|President - Machine Tools||5||2||5||10|
|President - Plastic Welding Equipment||5||1||4||8|
|President & GM - Blowers & Compressors||4||1||5||8|
|GM / Country Manager USA - Consumer Packaged Goods (CPG)||5||1||4||9|
|Country Manager USA (CEO) - Industrial Heating Equipment||5||1||5||9|