Haselmeier Group

We empower safe self-administration of
liquid drugs through the development
and manufacture of intelligent
injection devices that improve
the efficiency of therapy.

Reliability and
success in therapy

Our innovative product platforms and related service portfolios assist you every step of the way – leading to an advanced combination of drug and device that is as time-saving and economical for your company as it is safe and convenient in therapy. We support you at every stage – from technology to therapy.

Jochen Gabriel
CEO Haselmeier Group

Mr Gabriel – an inventor with a degree in economics – bought Haselmeier in 1983 with a clear vision of what a drug device company could achieve. That vision and an intuitive business sense served him well throughout his tenure as CEO until his departure in 2010. Haselmeier owes its success in part to many of Mr Gabriel’s patents. He is currently the interim CEO of Haselmeier until a successor has been found who can complement the existing management team and support the continued successful development of Haselmeier.

Mark Bleckmann
CFO Haselmeier Group

Mr Bleckmann joined Haselmeier in April 2018 as Managing Director and Chief Financial Officer (CFO). Together with his colleagues, he takes responsibility for the overall strategy of Haselmeier and is heading the finance, human resources and general business management functions. Prior to this role, Mr Bleckmann held various finance and management positions of escalating responsibility at IBM as well as at Immatics Biotechnologies, a venture capital-funded biotech start-up company active in the field of immuno oncology. Mr Bleckmann holds degrees in business administration (European School of Business (ESB) Reutlingen, Germany) and philosophy (London School of Economics).

Matthias Meissner
COO Haselmeier Group

Having joined the company in 2002, Mr Meissner serves as the Chief Operating Officer (COO) and Managing Director of Haselmeier Germany and Haselmeier India. As such, he oversees the operational division including production, logistics, supply chain and development. Mr Meissner began his career in the gearmotor industry as an engineer at Flender. Initial projects focused on organisation and investments, and he went on to manage production logistics for worldwide supply of assembly centres. He later worked as plant manager at Pfleiderer. Mr Meissner earned his degree in mechanical engineering specialising in production technology and a degree in business administration.