Geschäftsführerwechsel bei Instrument Systems Korea
Management change at Instrument Systems Korea
Foto: Jaeho Choi ist seit Oktober 2023 neuer Geschäftsführer bei Instrument Systems Korea.
Munich, October 2023 – Jaeho Choi takes over as Managing Director of Instrument Systems Korea as of 1 October 2023. With his many years of professional experience in the fields of display, optics and sensing, he will be responsible for strategically strengthening and further expanding the company in the coming years in this very dynamic business environment. The subsidiary of Instrument Systems exclusively markets the complete Instrument Systems portfolio in Korea. It has strong engineering capacities and a production facility for components and systems for light measurement technology. Jaeho Choi succeeds former Managing Director Dr. Jin Sung Kim, founder and former owner of Kimsoptec. Along with Jürgen Tiepermann, CFO of Instrument Systems, and Dr. Markus Ehbrecht, CEO of Instrument Systems, he will form the new Board of Directors
Jaeho Choi assumes the position of Managing Director at Instrument Systems Korea as of 1 October 2023. He succeeds Dr. Jin Sung Kim, founder and former owner of Kimsoptec. Along with Jürgen Tiepermann, CFO of Instrument Systems, and Dr. Markus Ehbrecht, CEO of Instrument Systems, he will form the new Board of Directors. Jaeho Choi has many years of professional experience in the fields of display, optics and sensing as well as in management. After his electronics studies (1996) he took over various activities as R&D engineer at SKC and in the sales department of Oerlikon Optics Korea. He became Director of Global Sales at Trueyes in 2017 and joined IGS Inc. as Managing Director in 2021. In his new role as Managing Director of Instrument Systems Korea, in the coming years Jaeho Choi wants to step up efforts to tap the strategic potential of the future-oriented markets in Korea: “I look forward to the new tasks and challenges in a very dynamic business environment and would like to contribute to taking Instrument Systems Korea to the next level. We will continue the successful cooperation with Instrument Systems Munich and bring the teams in both companies closer together.” Dr. Markus Ehbrecht welcomes Jaeho Choi to his new position and looks forward to further developing the Korean subsidiary together with Choi. Ehbrecht would like to thank Choi´s predecessor Jin Sung Kim “for driving the growth of Instrument Systems Korea with his deep expertise, based on decades of experience and commitment.” Instrument Systems Korea, formerly Kimsoptec, was founded in 2005 and is a sought-after partner for technical consulting in display measurement technology in Korea. The company exclusively distributes the complete Instrument Systems portfolio in Korea, including technical consulting and customer service. With its 47 employees (as of October 2023), Instrument Systems Korea has strong engineering capacities and operates a production facility for components and systems for light measurement technology that complement the product portfolio of Instrument Systems. Through its sales channels, Instrument Systems Korea successfully addresses system integrators and manufacturers within the supply chains of the world’s largest providers in the ICT market as well as key accounts of Instrument Systems.