Thomas Mehl übergibt zum 1. Juli die Geschäftsführung der BellandVision an seine Nachfolgerin Diana Uschkoreit

Thomas Mehl hands over the management of BellandVision to his successor Diana Uschkoreit on 1 July

This will ensure continuity and reliability for Belland customers

In almost two decades Thomas Mehl has built up BellandVision primarily responsible and developed it to the largest dual system. Now he says "Goodbye" and takes his retirement. He hands over the responsibility for BellandVision GmbH to his long-time companion and authorised representative Diana Uschkoreit. This new line-up will enable BellandVision to continue its successful path with continuity and reliability.

Thomas Mehl: "I would like to thank everyone for the constructive, successful and good cooperation over the past years! I would be very pleased if all business partners would also place their trust they put in me in the new management as well and successfully continue the good cooperation with BellandVision".

With the new management, BellandVision will continue to offer industry and retailers outstanding services with the best possible service. This will not only meet the high demands of long-standing customers, but will also enable new customers to be acquired with a good price-performance ratio and sound expertise in recycling.

Diana Uschkoreit has been a key pillar at BellandVision for over 18 years and is a proven expert in dual packaging licensing and disposal. The authorised representative has held the position of sales manager until now. With the appointment of this well-known and competent personality, BellandVision not only documents continuity, but also confirms its solidity and reliability.

"I am looking forward to the future responsibilities as managing director of BellandVision GmbH and to continue the good cooperation with customers, service providers, authorities and associations for the benefit of all parties involved and especially for the benefit of an innovative and successful packaging recycling", says the future managing director, Diana Uschkoreit.