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Peter Hager joins Hager SE Supervisory Board

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Blieskastel, 21st June 2018

Peter Hager joins Hager SE Supervisory Board

Hager SE appointed a new Supervisory Board at its Annual General Meeting on 20th June 2018.

Peter Hager replaces Philip Hager, who chose not to stand for election for the coming term. Philip Hager, with great dedication particularly as a member of the financial committee, was a member of the board for 20 years, supporting the development of Hager Group. He focused on compliance, ensuring that the company adheres to statutory regulations and meets ethical standards. Philip Hager was thanked by Hager SE Supervisory Board partners for his many years of hard work.

Peter Hager was appointed as a new member of the Supervisory Board, having previously been a member from 1998 to 2011. 58 years old, Peter is experienced in business and commerce. The son of Hermann Hager, one of the company’s founders, Peter was Director of Hager Electro GmbH & Co KG for several years. He is also a board member of the Peter und Luise Hager Foundation. “I am honoured and delighted to be able to support our family-run company at a time of great change,” commented Peter Hager on his election.

At the Annual General Meeting, the other members of the Supervisory Board were confirmed:

  • Evi Hager, stakeholder of Hager Group and at the head of the Peter und Luise Hager Foundation,
  • Prof. Gisela Lanza, leading professor at the Institute of Production Science at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) and Professor of Production Systems and Quality Management,
  • Prof. Dr. Rainer Lorz, lawyer and partner in the Stuttgart law firm Hennerkes, Kirchdörfer & Lorz,
  • Antoine Raymond, Chairman of the international automotive supplier ARaymond Network,
  • Günther Fleig, a former board member at Daimler AG.

At its inaugural meeting the Hager SE Supervisory Board confirmed Günther Fleig and Evi Hager in office respectively as chair and deputy chair.

Hager Group has been a Societas Europaea (SE) since 2007 and, as such, is managed according to a dual board model. Business operations are managed by the Board of Directors, which is overseen by the Supervisory Board.

 

About Hager Group
Hager Group is a leading supplier of solutions and services for electrical installations in residential, commercial and industrial buildings. Our range of solutions and services extends from energy distribution to cable management and from security systems to building automation.

As an independent family-owned and family-run company based in Blieskastel, Germany, Hager Group is one of the industry’s innovation leaders. A total of 11,400 employees generate a turnover of approximately 1.9 billion euros. Components and solutions are produced at 23 sites around the globe and are trusted by customers in 120 countries worldwide.

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From left to right: Antoine Raymond, Prof. Dr. Gisela Lanza, Peter Hager, Günther Fleig, Prof. Dr. Rainer Lorz. ©Hager Group

 

 

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