19 November, 2018

New CEO of KTR

12 December, 2017

Nicola Warning has been appointed as the new CEO of KTR Systems GmbH. Warning succeeds Prof. Dr. Josef Gerstner, who will withdraw from the operating business.


Warning (48), an experienced manager and acknowledged expert of the industry, will take over the position of CEO. Previously, the graduate engineer worked for Siemens where she managed the couplings business unit for nearly eight years.

Prof. Dr. Josef Gerstner said: “Having an excellent expertise of products and the market and a wealth of experience in international sales and production, Mrs. Warning will drive forward the positive development of the KTR Group.”

Gerstner will continue to support the family-owned company as chairman of the advisory board.

Founded in 1959, KTR today operates globally with almost 1200 employees, 440 of whom work at the company’s headquarters in Rheine. As a supplier in drive technology for industrial applications, the KTR Group provides mechanical drive components, hydraulic and electromechanical brake systems, hydraulic components and cooling systems to the industrial markets on all continents.




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