GEA Supervisory Board Extends Contract with COO Johannes Giloth

The Supervisory Board of GEA Group Aktiengesellschaft extended the contract of Chief Operating Officer (COO) Johannes Giloth (51) by five years until the end of 19. January 2028.
GEA Supervisory Board Extends Contract with COO Johannes Giloth

Johannes Giloth (Image source: GEA Group Aktiengesellschaft)

Johannes Giloth joined the Management Board on January 20, 2020 and is responsible for the then newly created Purchasing, Production and Supply Chain organization. His previous appointment had a term of three years until January 19, 2023.

"We are pleased that Johannes Giloth will continue his successful work and thus make an important contribution to GEA's sustainable and profitable growth", says Klaus Helmrich, Chairman of the Supervisory Board of GEA Group AG. "The transformation of the worldwide production network, the creation of global structures in purchasing and the optimization of the supply chain, which started in the past two years, have already contributed significantly to the company's results and form an important pillar within GEA's Mission 26 strategy. "

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