The management reshuffle at the head of Rodenstock is taking on clearer contours. John Jetter is leaving the chairmanship of the supervisory board after four years to be replaced by Peter Körfer-Schün, a 65-year-old manager who has been advising the group on strategic issues since October. Oliver Kastalio is confirmed as chief executive officer of the company. Körfer-Schün served until 2004 as CEO of Grohe, a medium-sized manufacturer of bathroom fittings. Kastalio has been working in various positions at Procter & Gamble for 19 years, most recently as general manager and vice president of its Global Prestige Products division, which holds licenses for fragrances and other products for brands such as Hugo Boss, Baldessarini, Rochas, Dunhill, Montblanc and Lacoste.