Dieter Landgraf is new spokesman of the Corporate Division Board
As of April 1, 2021, the corporate division board has been responsible for the business of the Corporate Division Metall in a new constellation. Dr. Heiner Schunk, former spokesman of the corporate division board, handed over the management of the company to Dieter Landgraf. In addition, Mr. Landgraf has been appointed as a member of the Diehl executive board. Mr. Landgraf joined Diehl in January 2016 and was responsible for the business units Diehl Metal Applications and Diehl Advanced Mobility. In May 2017, he was appointed to the corporate division board in addition to his areas of responsibility and has since been responsible for operations and all quality issues.
Herr Dr. Schunk will take up new challenges outside the Diehl Group and will continue to support the Diehl Group in an advisory capacity on the topic of sustainability over the next 6 months. Over the past 5 years, he successfully managed the corporate division Metall with vision in economically challenging times and, together with his team, set an important course for the future.
In the future, the corporate division board will comprise Dieter Landgraf (CEO), Rainer Wehn (CFO) and Manuela Kallinowsky (HR, IT, Organization, Marketing/Communications). The corporate division board together with the management of the strategic business fields, will drive forward the further development of the corporate division as well as the strategic business fields and thus, further advance the company's positioning in the future markets.
About Diehl Metall:
Diehl Metall is a Corporate Division of the Diehl Group founded in 1902 (sales: 3.6 billion euros, employees: 17,557) and has its headquarters in Röthenbach a.d. Pegnitz near Nuremberg. The company offers a broad spectrum of innovative products and technologies in the area of metal processing. In a global production network with locations in Europe, Asia, South America and the US, Diehl Metall develops application-oriented solutions for international customers.
The company assumes responsibility in the area of climate and resource protection, and places great value on recyclable alloys and composite materials. To fulfil this responsibility, Diehl Metall relies on technically optimized production processes and directs its innovation activities toward future trends.