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Chairman of the Supervisory Board
Norbert Basler was born in Berlin on June 19, 1963. From 1983 to 1988, he studied mechanical engineering at the Clausthal Technical University majoring in electrical information technology. During his college years, Norbert Basler, together with one of his classmates, founded the Basler and Berendsen GmbH in the Lübeck technology center, which is today the Basler AG. In spring 2000 Norbert Basler left the Management Board and was elected to the Supervisory Board. He was appointed as chairman in 2003.
- Member of the Supervisory Board, Plato AG, Lübeck
- Member of the Supervisory Board, Beruf und Familie in HanseBelt gGmbH, Bad Oldesloe
- Member of the Advisory Board, AT Holding GmbH, Bad Oldesloe
- Vice Chairman of the Advisory Board, Zöllner Holding GmbH, Kiel
Prof. Dr. Eckard Kottkamp
Deputy Chairman of the Supervisory Board
Eckart Kottkamp received a university degree for control engineering and communications from the RWTH (university) Aachen in 1966 and a doctorate degree in 1976. Amongst others, he was CEO of Hako-Werke GmbH, Claas Landmaschinen AG and Jungheinrich AG, where he can look back on 17 years of experience as CEO and head of the board of directors. He was awarded an honorary professorship by the Hamburg University of Applied Sciences in 1996.
From 2006 until the end of 2009 he served as member of the Supervisory Board of Deutsche Steinzeug Cremer & Breuer AG. There, from the beginning of his engagement, he was also appointed to the audit committee which he chaired starting from 2008.
Prof. Dr. Kottkamp meets the requirements as set forth in § 100, Sec. 5 of the German Stock Corporation Act [Aktiengesetz – AktG]. In the Supervisory Board’s Meeting of December 17, 2009, he was accordingly appointed member of the Supervisory Board with expertise in the fields of accounting and annual audit.
In 2006 the annual shareholders meeting elected Prof. Dr. Eckart Kottkamp to the Supervisory Board of Basler AG.
- Member of the Supervisory Board of KROMI Logistik AG, Hamburg
- Chairman of the Advisory Committee, PEP NewCo IV GmbH (LKE Group), Marl
Horst W. Garbrecht
Member of the Supervisory Board
Horst W.Garbrecht has been Managing Director and President Industrial of CeramTech GmbH since January 2022. After serving as Chairman of the Management Board at the head of the Nürtingen-based power tool manufacturer Metabo until June 2021. After graduating, Horst W. Garbrecht began his career in the power tool industry in 1992 with the family-owned manufacturer Festool. In 1997, he switched to the Swedish engineering group Atlas Copco and in 2005 to the Hong Kong-Chinese power tool manufacturer TTI, where he was Technical Managing Director at AEG-Milwaukee from 2005 to 2008, responsible for the integration of the AEG and Milwaukee brands and the entire European Operations.
In September 2019, Horst W. Garbrecht was appointed Chief Operating Officer Europe (COOE) of the Japanese Metabo parent company KOKI Holdings Ltd. in parallel with his role as CEO of Metabo. He is thus also responsible for the European business of the sister brand HiKOKI. In 2015, Horst W. Garbrecht was elected to the supervisory board of Basler AG.
WP, StB, Prof. Dr. Mirja Steinkamp
Member of the Supervisory Board
Mirja Steinkamp earned her PhD from the University of Göttingen in 1997 and then went on to work as an auditing manager at the international auditing firm Ernst & Young GmbH. She rose to the position of Tax Consultant in 2002, and in 2004 completed her examination as a certified financial auditor.
Mirja Steinkamp then spent the next 13.5 years as the authorized signatory and executive at the Neumann Group GmbH, a globally active trade organization. She was responsible for the group accounting (global group reporting based on IFRS) and its Hamburg accounting department (HGB, IFRS).
In April 2017 she was appointed as a professor for auditing and corporate accounting, at NORDAKADEMIE, as well as a position on the Supervisory Board (Financial Expert) at Basler AG.
- Vice Chairman of the Supervisory Board, Alper & Schetter AG, Neuss
- Vice Chairman of the Supervisory Board, BarthHass GmbH & Co. KG, Nuremberg
Member of the Supervisory Board
Dorothea Brandes studied japanology, sinology and folklore studies at Tübingen University, Saitama University and Hamburg University and graduated in 1996 with a Master's degree.
She has been working for Basler AG since 2001 and is working as a Working Environment Manager. Dorothea Brandes worked at Basler for many years in the Communications department and as an organizational developer. She was a member of the Works Council for 16 years, 12 of these 16 years as a Head of Works Council (until May 2018).
In 2018, Basler employees elected Dorothea Brandes as employee representative to the Supervisory Board of Basler AG.
Dr. Marco Grimm
Member of the Supervisory Board
Marco Grimm studied electrical engineering at the Hamburg University of Technology and received his doctorate in 2007.
He started working at Basler AG in 2005 as a software developer. Since 2006 he has been the Basler AG representative to the international EMVA 1288 standardization committee. The committee defines characterization of image sensors and cameras.
From 2012 on Marco Grimm is in charge of the quality assurance platform within the production process as platform architect.
Marco Grimm is group leader of the software development team for quality assurance.
In 2018 Basler employees elected Marco Grimm as employee representative to the Supervisory Board of Basler AG.