Künzelsau,
09
February
2021
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17:25
Europe/Amsterdam

Changes in the Central Managing Board of the Würth Group

Summary

The Central Managing Board of the Würth Group will be restructured as of 15 February 2021: Dr. Steffen Greubel, Member of the Central Managing Board of the Würth Group, will leave the Group.

Since joining the Würth Group in 2014, Dr. Steffen Greubel has contributed greatly to the Würth Group’s successful growth over the years. “We are very grateful for his work and dedication and wish him all the best for the future,” said Bettina Würth, Chairwoman of the Advisory Board of the Würth Group.

With regard to the future growth of the company, the Supervisory Board and the Advisory Board of the Würth Group have decided to expand the Central Managing Board to five members. The Würth Line will be split up into the two units Craft and Industry. In the future, Würth Line Craft will be headed by Dr. Jan Allmann (37), with Rainer Bürkert (54) taking over Würth Line Industry. Both colleagues have been members of the Executive Board, the Würth Group’s operational management body.

 

About the Würth Group

The Würth Group is the global market leader in its core business—the sale of fastening and assembly materials. It consists of more than 400 companies in over 80 countries with more than 79,000 employees on its payroll. Approximately 33,000 of those employees are salaried sales representatives. According to the preliminary annual financial statements, the Würth Group reported a sales volume of EUR 14.41 billion in 2020.

In the Group's core business, the Würth Line, the sales program for the skilled trades and industry comprises more than 125,000 products: from screws, screw accessories and anchors to tools, technical chemicals and personal protective equipment. The Allied Companies round off the range by offering products for DIY stores, material for electrical installations, electronic components such as circuit boards and financial services. They account for around 40 percent of the Würth Group’s sales volume.