He will succeed Dr Stefan Koenig who has been leading the company as CEO since 2017
Syntegon Technology, a globally leading supplier of processing and packaging technology, has appointed Dr Michael Grosse as new Chief Executive Officer (CEO). Most recently, Michael Grosse was a member of the Management Board of Tetra Pak. He has relevant leadership and management experience in the international mechanical engineering industry, particularly in the areas of process and packaging technology for the food industry. Michael Grosse joined Tetra Pak in 2003 and was, among other things, responsible for expanding the global services business.
Furthermore, he is an expert for new product development and process technologies. Thanks to his many years of experience, he has built an extensive network and close relationships within the food industry. Before joining Tetra Pak, he held several management positions in the automotive industry. Michael Grosse will take up his post on March 1, 2020.
He will succeed Dr Stefan Koenig, who spent a 24 years working for the Bosch Group, ten of which at Syntegon Technology, or Bosch Packaging respectively. Since 2017, he has been leading the company as CEO. In 2019, he was in charge of the company’s spin-off from Robert Bosch GmbH and its subsequent sale.
“We are very pleased to have won Dr Michael Grosse, an extremely experienced and successful manager, for Syntegon Technology. Almost two decades of management experience in the packaging machinery industry and an international industry network are excellent prerequisites to further advance the successful development of Syntegon Technology. At the same time, I would like to express my sincere gratitude to Dr Stefan Koenig. He has done Syntegon Technology a great service – under his leadership, the company has not only become independent but also more profitable and more competitive,” says Marc Strobel, Chairman of the Supervisory Board of Syntegon Technology.
“I am very much looking forward to my new position at Syntegon Technology. Because of its high standards in quality as well as its long tradition, Syntegon Technology is an outstanding company in the packaging industry. Together with the Syntegon Technology team, I will particularly focus on further improving customer satisfaction and profitability,” says Dr Michael Grosse. “In addition, we want to offer our customers even more innovative and sustainable packaging solutions in the future and make full use of the opportunities offered by digitalisation,” he added.
Syntegon Technology is formerly the packaging division of the Bosch Group. Fields of application in the pharma industry are the production, processing, filling, inspection and packaging of liquid and solid pharmaceuticals (e.g. syringes and capsules).