Endress+Hauser Group announces changes to supervisory board

Andrew Snook   

People in Process

Younger generation represents the shareholder family of the Endress+Hauser Group

Thomas Bachmann has been named to Endress+Hauser's Supervisory Board. Photo: Endress+Hauser.

The Supervisory Board of the Endress+Hauser Group has been realigned. Matthias Altendorf took up his position as the new president of the Supervisory Board on 1 January 2024. As announced, his predecessor Dr. Klaus Endress withdrew from active involvement in the company at the end of 2023. He remains chairman of the Endress Family Council.

Sandra Genge and Steven Endress uphold the interests of the family
The shareholder family will continue to be represented by two members on the Supervisory Board. In addition to Sandra Genge, who joined the board in 2022, Steven Endress has represented the family’s interests since January 1, 2024. Both are grandchildren of company founder Dr. Georg H Endress and his wife Alice Endress-Vogt. The new vice-president of the Supervisory Board since the beginning of the year is Mathis Büttiker, who has been a board member since 2017.

Thomas Bachmann succeeds Dr Hans Jakob Roth
With effect from April 15, 2024, there has been another change to the Supervisory Board. Dr. Hans Jakob Roth has left the board at his own request. The Asia expert will support Endress+Hauser in an advisory capacity in future. Newly appointed to the Supervisory Board is Thomas Bachmann. The mechanical engineer is a Swiss citizen. He has many years of experience as a CEO in international family-owned businesses and publicly listed industrial groups.

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