The Supervisory Board of the Trützschler Group

Heinrich Trützschler
Delegate of the Hans Trützschler family line on the supervisory board
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Dr. Michael Schürenkrämer
Delegate of the Hermann Trützschler family line on the supervisory board
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Dr. Roland Münch
Chairman of the supervisory board
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Dr. Christian Holzherr
Advisory board
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Martin Stillger
Advisory board
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Actively shaping the future

To be aware of the needs of our customers and to provide them with advanced solutions has been at the core of our DNA since the company was founded in 1888.

With the transition of family delegates Heinrich Trützschler and Dr. Ing. Michael Schürenkrämer from the management board to the supervisory board, which took place at the beginning of 2018, the safeguarding of our values and the further development of the Trützschler Group remains a natural priority of this newly created body.

The supervisory board has a total of five full members, three of whom are non-family members who contribute external experience. Dr.-Ing. Roland Münch (Chairman of the supervisory board as of January 2021) and Mr. Martin Stillger have been full members of the supervisory board since July 01, 2020. Dr. rer. pol. Christian Holzherr (Vice Chairman of the supervisory board) is a member of the supervisory board as of January 01, 2021.

Against the background of the upcoming generational transition in our company in the medium term, two potential successors from the fifth generation of shareholders, Charlotte Fontaine and Florian Schürenkrämer, have taken over the function of Deputy Chief Executive Officer since 2018. As guests, they regularly participate in the meetings of the supervisory board and are thus trained in the various supervisory board topics and tasks as future delegates of the shareholders.

For our customers and employees this means: The culture of our independent family business is preserved and Trützschler will remain a reliable partner and employer in the future as well.


Heinrich Trützschler

Dr.-Ing. Michael Schürenkrämer