Monday, October 2, 2023
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Siempelkamp Group is realigning with effect from October 1, 2023 and now there will be a Management Board made up of seven members to bundle market-oriented core competencies together and integrate a modern management concept.
Profitable growth in existing and new markets, agile and lean processes for the entire Group, leveraging more synergies: These are the targets that the Siempelkamp Management Board are starting with.
From October 2023, Martin Scherrer, CEO of the Siempelkamp Group, will be working with Samiron Mondal, Stefan Wissing and Dirk Howe, who in future will each be leading a newly formed Business Unit. Companies will be grouped together in the Business Units so that they can cooperate much more closely with each other and together will be able to address their focus markets in an even more targeted manner
Martin Sieringhaus as Chief Financial Officer, Stefan Ziemes as Chief People Officer as well as Axel Baumeister as Chief Technical Officer are also part of the leadership team. Other core competencies now reflected in the new Management Board are crucial for the success of a modern managed company. Apart from the areas of finance and controlling,strategically focused HR work is of elementary importance in today’s world. This includes modern personnel development, targeted talent management and stringent succession planning. For a technology company such as Siempelkamp, it is also essential that the technological vision is driven forward at the top management level and that the profile is sharpened in the area of research and development.
“Leading a company successfully into the future requires collated perspectives and forces. In the 140th year of our company’s history, we are making our company more modern, more efficient, closer to our customers, resulting in it being more powerful than ever. We are looking forward to the tasks that we will now be tackling together – so that we can meet the requirements of customers, partners and employees even better in future,” says Martin Scherrer.