Martin Stillger

Chairman

Martin Stillger

Chairman of the Executive Board of the Materials Services segment, Chairman of the Executive Board of thyssenkrupp Materials Services GmbH

Responsible for the operating units Materials Western Europe, Materials Eastern Europe and Asia Pacific, Materials North America, Materials Trading, Plastics Europe and Technical Services as well as for the central functions Corporate Strategy & Communications and Legal.

Studied mechanical engineering at the Cologne University of Applied Sciences (graduate engineer).

Martin Stillger joined the thyssenkrupp Group in 2008 and has held various management and executive positions since then: After joining thyssenkrupp Xervon as CEO, he took over the Eastern European subsidiaries of Materials Services from 2012 to 2018. From 2018 he was CEO of the Technical Services and Materials Western Europe operating units. From the beginning of 2019 he was also CEO of thyssenkrupp Schulte and Materials Germany, where he headed the German materials distribution business. Before joining thyssenkrupp, Stillger worked for Barmag AG for 17 years, five of which as Sales Director and Chief Executive Officer.

Since December 6, 2019 Martin Stillger has been Chairman of the Executive Board of the Materials Services segment and CEO of thyssenkrupp Materials Services GmbH.

We have a clear plan for the future: we not only want to continue to be the best materials seller, but also to become the best materials supplier. We call this strategy "Materials as a Service".

Martin Stillger on the further strategic development of Materials Services
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We want to offer our customers individual access to our product portfolio and an optimal shopping experience – across all channels and independent of time and place."

Martin Stillger on the B2B web portal
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This innovative logistics location will be an expression of the capabilities of Materials Services. Here we will serve the individual wishes and requirements of our customers in northern Germany even better. We will be testing a completely new logistics concept here, digitally connecting our machinery and improving the flow of goods with our ‘alfred’ artificial intelligence.

Martin Stillger on the new logistics concept introduced in Rotenburg/Wuemme
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