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Ralf Gerbershagen
Chief Executive Officer, Kodak Alaris

Ralf Gerbershagen, Chief Executive Officer, Kodak Alaris

 

Ralf Gerbershagen was named Chief Executive Officer of Kodak Alaris Holdings Limited, effective April 1, 2014, where he will complete the new company structure and lead the ongoing transformation of the Kodak Alaris business worldwide. 

Previously, Mr. Gerbershagen was MD of Motorola GmbH since January 1, 2007, and in addition, he was appointed Vice President & General Manager Europe for Mobile Devices on May 1, 2009. Prior to this appointment, he held a number of international management roles, including General Manager of the European Paging Subscriber Division (EMEA), General Manager for the Consumer Business Group (applications, accessories, e-commerce, call center management), and Vice President Sales Europe Mobile Devices. 

Educated in General Electronics & Computer Science at the University of Bingen, Mr. Gerbershagen started his professional career with Siemens AG where he held global responsibility for the Power Capacitors business. As Export Sales Manager at Siemens & Matsushita, he was in charge of the Passive Components & Electron Tubes business for various regions, and moved to Motorola in 1995. 

 

Mr. Gerbershagen is a member of the BITKOM Board of Directors, the CeBit Advisory Board, the Board of Directors at the American Chamber of Commerce in Germany and Kodak Alaris Holdings Limited.