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DRS Veteran joins RLG

April 8, 2021

Hans-Joachim Bevers takes over a strategic role at RLG as a Business Development Executive on April 1st. This represents a major step for RLG as the company continues to strengthen its capability and focus on becoming the leading provider of innovative solutions for deposit refund systems (DRS) on a global level. 

For years, Hans-Joachim Bevers has been a thought leader, designer and an active practitioner in the German deposit system, making him one of the leading experts in the market. With his more than 15 years of relevant experience he will help RLG drive the development and operationalization of novel deposit systems solutions.  

Commenting on joining RLG, Hans-Joachim said:  

“I am excited to help shaping new developments in the area of innovative DRS at RLG, which is future-oriented, pioneering and addressing challenges of traditional DRS systems. In the age of advancing digitalization, creating sustainable and at the same time big data-driven deposit solutions is a challenge of a special kind that I am very much looking forward to.” 

RLG CEO, Patrick Wiedemann, said of the appointment: 

“We are delighted to welcome Hans-Joachim Bevers, an experienced, competent and recognized expert, to RLG. With him on board, we have the right team to meet the market needs, help our customers to fulfill their legal obligations and business requirements with our innovative solutions, and further drive the implementation of circular economy.” 

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