Ulrich Hadding (Board Member for Finance, Human Resources and Legal)
Dr.-Ing. Jürgen Reinert (Deputy CEO, Board Member for Operations and Technology)
Pierre-Pascal Urbon (CEO, Board Member for Strategy, Sales and Service)
Dr. Erik Ehrentraut (Chairman)
Kim Fausing (Deputy Chairman)
Dr. Matthias Victor
District court Kassel, registration number: HRB 3972
Value-added tax identification number in accordance with Article 27 a of the German Value-Added Tax Act:
DE 113 085 954
WEEE-Reg.Nr. DE 95881150
BLZ: 520 400 21
Konto: 264 201 500
IBAN: DE80 5204 0021 0264 2015 00
SWIFT: COBA DE FF520
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