Endress+Hauser names new chief sales officer to executive board

Nov. 15, 2022
Nikolaus Krüger to retire
Endress+Hauser Group's Executive Board will change at the end of the year when Chief Sales Officer Nikolaus Krüger retires at the age of 63.  Krüger will be succeeded by Laurent Mulley, to date the managing director of Endress+Hauser France, effective January 1. “Nikolaus Krüger has shaped our sales and service organization over a long period of time and as a result contributed significantly to Endress+Hauser’s market success,” says Matthias Altendorf, CEO of the Group. “We thank him for his loyalty and commitment.”

Krüger, a trained industrial mechanic, started his career at Endress+Hauser Germany in 1988. While working, he acquired several important skills in marketing and sales and successfully completed management trainings in Germany and abroad. He moved to the holding company in Reinach in 1999 and assumed responsibility for marketing. He has been a member of the Executive Board responsible for the worldwide sales and service organization since 2008. Krüger is married and has two sons. He devotes his leisure time to family, friends, sports and magic.

Internal succession plan

In January, Mulley will assume responsibility for the sales and service organization and its more than 6,000 employees around the world. In this role he reports to Chief Operating Officer Dr. Andreas Mayr. “Laurent Mulley possesses a broad professional background, a strong sales orientation and is extremely familiar with the world of Endress+Hauser,” Mayr said. “As chief sales officer he will provide new impulses while ensuring continuity.”

Mulley holds degrees in physics, marketing and sales. He also completed MBA programs at the ICN Business School Nancy and the EM Strasbourg Business School while working. He joined Endress+Hauser France in 2012 and took over as managing director in 2016, where he developed the Sales Center. Mulley is married and has four children. He devotes his free time to sports and is interested in culture and the arts.

Information regarding Mulley’s successor at Endress+Hauser France will be available at a later time.