Federation of Austrian Industries appoints Miba CEO as Vice President

October 20, 2020

F. Peter Mitterbauer (left) has been appointed Vice-President of Austria’s Industriellen Vereinigung (Courtesy Industriellen Vereinigung)

The Federal Executive Board of the Austria’s industrial association, Industriellen Vereinigung (IV), has elected F. Peter Mitterbauer as Vice-President of the organisation. Mitterbauer is CEO of Miba AG, a leading Powder Metallurgy parts maker headquartered in Laakirchen, Austria.

The IV is a voluntary and independent organisation, representing the interests of Austrian industry and its related sectors. Since 1946, the IV has taken part in legislative processes, representing the issues of over 4,400 members in the manufacturing sector, credit and insurance sector, infrastructure and industry-oriented services in Austria and Europe.

“I would like to thank the IV Federal Executive Board for their trust and look forward to representing the interests of the industry together with the IV team. Together, we will work hard to further develop the competitiveness of our technology and industrial location,” stated Mitterbauer.

Mitterbauer has been active in the IV for a number of years, being on the board of the Young Industry division, where he also serves as vice-president in the IV Upper Austria regional group. At the federal level, he is a member of the IV Federal Executive Board, and has been head of the IV focus group ‘Digital Economy and Society’ since 2016.

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