euromicron AG has announced that two new members, Dr. Martina H. Sanfleber and Klaus Peter Frohmüller, have been appointed to the Supervisory Board of euromicron AG by the Local Court of Frankfurt/Main. This coincided with the resignations of Rolf Unterberger, the former Deputy Chairman of the Supervisory Board, and Dr. Alexander Kirsch, who have left the Supervisory Board for personal reasons.
With their special focus on innovation topics, the two new Supervisory Board members will closely accompany euromicron AG’s ongoing transformation process. They will be able to contribute their proven expertise in business management issues and extensive knowledge of IT and process optimization to euromicron’s Supervisory Board activities. Both new Supervisory Board members have extensive operational management and supervisory experience in the leadership and supervision of large and medium-sized companies.
Dr. Sanfleber holds a doctorate in business administration with many years of experience in Germany and abroad. She held various management positions in the energy sector, including around 10 years as Managing Director of RWE Group. She was Commercial Director at eprimo GmbH for around four years until late 2014. She has been a full-time member of the Supervisory Board of RWE/innogy Group since January 2015 and also holds other supervisory board mandates.
As a graduate economist, Mr. Frohmüller has worked intensively on reorganization and integration issues in leading positions at Commerzbank AG. From 2006 to 2013, he served as Group Chief Operating Officer, Group Chief Technical Officer, Chief Investment Officer at W&W AG, Labor Director until 2011 and a member of the Executive Boards of Wüstenrot & Württembergische Group. He currently works as a consultant for brain-in-transAction GmbH while holding two other supervisory board mandates.
Evelyne Freitag, Chairman of the Supervisory Board, explains: “My thanks go to Mr. Unterberger and Dr. Kirsch for their strong and trusting cooperation on euromicron’s Supervisory Board. At the same time, I look forward to future cooperation with the new Supervisory Board members. On the one hand, in this composition we will continue to support the transformation of euromicron and, on the other hand, help to shape the long-term focus on the growing IoT future markets in order to contribute to the success of the company.”
About euromicron AG:
euromicron AG (www.euromicron.de) is a medium-sized technology group. As a German specialist for the Internet of Things (IoT), euromicron enables its customers to network business and production processes and successfully move to a digital future. With its solutions for Digital Buildings, Smart Industry and Critical Infrastructures, flanked by Smart Services, the euromicron Group is the partner to small and medium-sized enterprises, large companies and public-sector organizations. Tailor-made, innovative technology solutions are a core competence of euromicron. With its expertise in sensors, devices, infrastructure, software and services, euromicron is in a position to offer its customers networked and comprehensive solutions from a single source. In this way, euromicron helps its customers to increase flexibility and efficiency as well as to develop new business models.
The euromicron Group comprises a total of 16 subsidiaries, including the brand names ELABO, LWL-Sachsenkabel, MICROSENS and telent. The technology group is headquartered in Frankfurt/Main, has been listed on the stock exchange since 1998 and employs around 1,800 people at 30 locations. euromicron AG generated total sales of €332.9 million in fiscal year 2017.