Chief Executive Officer DIOSNA
He joined DIOSNA in 1997 and is the director of DIOSNA. In addition he is chairman of the Board of the Makery Machine division of VDMA (Professional Association of German Machine Building Companies).
Before he worked for a leading US company for dosing equipment.
Dr. Wolfgang Eißer earned his degree in Chemical Engineering from the ... University and received his PhD in Chemical Engineering.
Head of After Sales Service
He joined DIOSNA in 2017 and is the head of the business unit after sales service.
He has more than 30 years of international experience as head of after sales service organizations within foodsectors of machinery industry.
Horst Buhr earned his degree in Electrical Engineering from the Applied University of Osnabrück.
Head of Production
He joined DIOSNA in 2004 and is responsible for the Production Business Area.
Before he worked as a Production Manager for special machine construction in different companies.
Michael Lammers become a european welding specialist in duisburg as well as a master of metall works and business economist at the chamber of trade of Emsland and Osnabrück.
Head of Pharma Division
He joined DIONSA in 1999 and is in charge for the Pharma Business Area.
Prior to Diosna he spent serveral years as Sales Director for a manufacturer of industrial pumps.
Mr. Lüth holds a Diploma in mechanical engineering from the Technical University of Aachen (RWTH Aachen).
Head of Purchasing & IT
He joined DIOSNA in 2010 and is responsible for the business areas Purchasing and IT.
Previously he held various lead buyer and procurement manager positions in the purchasing department of mechanical and plant engineering companies.
Lukas Musiol holds a Diploma in Mechanical Engineering with a focus on Production Technology from the Applied University of Osnabrück.
CFO and Head of Bakery Division
He joined DIOSNA 2011 and is in charge of the financal department as well as of the Bakery Business Area.
Previously he acted as Head of Controlling and Business Excellence for a Siemens division.
Henrik Oevermann graduated from University of Lueneburg and University of Queensland (Australia) in Management & Economics.