Chairman of the Executive Board of thyssenkrupp System Engineering
Ingo Steinkrüger started his activities in the thyssenkrupp group at the Johann A. Krause Maschinenfabrik GmbH in Bremen as a sales and project engineer. He was a member of the project management team that then worked for the biggest contract in the USA. In 2004 he was appointed to act as a group leader Sales/Project and he accepted the responsibility for customer care at the Ford plant in Bridgend. He worked as a key account manager for the thyssenkrupp Krause GmbH since 2007. In 2009 he changed to the business development department. As business development manager he attended the complete portfolio of System Engineering for the customer VW worldwide.
In 2012 Ingo Steinkrüger took over the divisional management and therefore the overall responsibility for business development, which in 2016 was broadened to also include the service department.
For thyssenkrupp System Engineering Ingo Steinkrüger takes over the task as CEO of the management board and is primarily responsible for strategy, global product management, sales and service.
CFO & Member of the Executive Board of thyssenkrupp System Engineering
Uta Anders started her employment in the thyssenkrupp group in the equity controlling of thyssen Production Systems. In 1999 she went to Hüller Hille GmbH as the assistant to the Managing Director responsible for Controlling. In the course of the consolidation of the metal cutting activities of thyssenkrupp, she assumed the responsibility for the equity controlling of thyssenkrupp Metal Cutting in 2003. In 2004 she assumed the responsibility for the complete controlling area.
In 2006 Uta Anders went to Hellenic Shipyards S.A. based in Athens/Greece, also a company of thyssenkrupp AG. There she was responsible for the commercial areas in her function as CFO and member of the management board.
For thyssenkrupp System Engineering, Uta Anders fulfils the function of the CFO and is responsible for Finance & Accounting, Controlling, IT, Contract Management and Commercial Development.
Dr. Kerstin Böcker
CHRO & Labor Director, Member of the Executive Board of thyssenkrupp System Engineering
After 14 years of experience in various HR functions in two global acting DAX companies (Daimler and Infineon Technologies) Kerstin Böcker moved to thyssenkrupp and took over the responsibility in the newly established corporate department “Management Development” of thyssenkrupp AG for issues pertaining to management development, in particular the management of the grading project. In addition to the Competence Center Role for thyssenkrupp PerspActive the so-called Business Partner Role for the support and development of the Senior Executives below the level of the Group Executive Management in the Technologies Division (Elevator Technology, Plant Technology, Components Technology and Marine Systems) was added in October 2009 in the redesigned Corporate Center Executives Management. In October 2011 the Competence Center Role for Compensation & Benefits Group Executive Management and L1 was also added.
With the renewed restructuring of the HR department in October 2013 Dr. Böcker took over the management of Total Rewards & Performance Management in the Corporate Function “People Development & Executives Management” of the thyssenkrupp AG.
For thyssenkrupp System Engineering Dr. Böcker takes over the role of CHRO and Labor Director and is responsible for human resources, health and safety, quality management, environmental and idea management.
COO & Member of the Executive Board of thyssenkrupp System Engineering
Thomas Hibinger started his professional career in 2004 with the plant engineering company Eisenmann GmbH & Co. KG. After his first position in the project management office he was working as a project manager for international automotive plant projects since 2008. In 2011 he took over the responsibility for the global project management department for automotive. Since 2015 he was leading the sales department for automotive.
For thyssenkrupp System Engineering Thomas Hibinger takes over the task as COO and is primarily responsible for operational excellence, purchasing and quality management.