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Tobias Jennißen new Managing Director at EPHYMESS

EPHYMESS GmbH has expanded its Executive Board, with the shareholders’ meeting appointing Tobias Jennißen as an additional Managing Director. The company has now been jointly led by Andreas Becker and Tobias Jennißen since 22 February 2022.

“We are delighted to have found in Mr Jennißen a committed and decisive young man who will lead the company into the future in the interests of the family and the business, and is aware of the responsibility of many employee families,” said Claudia Becker, shareholder in EPHYMESS GmbH.

Mr Jennißen has got to know the company in its operative business over the last three years, gradually learning more about the strategic roles. His expertise, experience and previous work in the company will allow him to support the family-run company in its successful growth.

Having graduated in Business Economics, the 30-year-old began his career with experience in a range of finance and controlling roles at various companies. He then joined EPHYMESS in 2019, where he was able to contribute this expertise to sales and product controlling.

Having been entered in the trade registry in March, Mr Jennißen has now officially taken on the role of Managing Director alongside Mr Becker. The generational shift that began a few years ago has thus now also taken place in operative management.

EPHYMESS: Hidden champion with tradition

We have been developing and producing individual sensor technology solutions for safety and control requirements for our customers for more than 65 years. In doing so, we see ourselves as a service-oriented provider whose reliable temperature measurement sensors protect our partners’ high-quality machines and plants. We thus not only support the classic mechanical engineering industry, but are also making a positive contribution to the global energy transition, with our sensors protecting wind and hydroelectric power plants and rail vehicles such as high-speed trains, fuel cell trains, metros and trams against failure worldwide.