CEO / Chief Executive Officer
Gert Weber is Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Haselmeier Group since July 2015 and is responsible for the global IT and process management. He brings more than 20 years of experience out of the Manufacturing and Information Technology (IT) industries and has filled various management positions in international companies. Gert Weber joined Haselmeier as Chief Information Officer (CIO) in May 2015 as a member of the executive board. He holds a graduate in mechanical engineering at the University of Applied Sciences in Konstanz.
CFO / Chief Financial Officer
Starting in July 2018, Mark Bleckmann has taken the role of Managing Director and CFO of Haselmeier Group.In this function, he has group-wide responsibility for finance, human resources and general administration. Before joining Haselmeier, Mr. Bleckmann held various finance and management positions at IBM and Immatics Biotechnologies, a venture capital funded biotech start-up company. Mr. Bleckmann holds degrees in business administration (ESB Business School) and philosophy (London School of Economics).
CSO / Chief Strategy Officer
Frédéric Gabriel is General Manager of Haselmeier Switzerland and responsible for Haselmeier’s strategic and business planning. He oversees strategic innovation activities and product management. Frédéric Gabriel joined Haselmeier in 2008 and was responsible for the Project Business. Prior to Haselmeier, Frédéric Gabriel worked as Business Analyst at Capgemini in the European Biotech Group in Stuttgart before joining Genzyme in 2005. At Genzyme, he worked as Business Analyst and later as Program Manager for the European Cardiovascular Business Unit, responsible for the European launch of Genzyme’s first cardiovascular product. He holds a MSc in Biology from the École Normale Supérieure in Paris and a M.B.A. from the European School of Business, ESCP-EAP.
COO / Chief Operations Officer
Matthias Meissner joined the company in 2002 and is now as Managing Director responsible for Haselmeier in Germany. He is responsible for the operational division in production and logistics. He started his professional career as a planning engineer for organisation and investment projects at Flender, subsequently managing production logistics for worldwide supply of assembly centres. He later worked as plant manager at Pfleiderer. Matthias Meissner is a mechanical engineer specialising in production technology and business administration.