The Corporate Board of Management
Dr. Toralf Haag
President & CEO
After his degree in Business Administration from the University of Augsburg, continued by a doctorate at the University of Kiel, Dr. Toralf Haag started his career as a personal assistant to the CEO of Thyssen Handelsunion AG in Düsseldorf in 1994.
From 1997 to 1999 he was Director Finance, M&A and Corporate Development of The Budd Company Detroit (USA), a subsidiary of ThyssenKrupp, until he was appointed as CEO President Stamping & Frame Division of The Budd Company Detroit in 2000. From 2002 to 2005 he was Chief Financial Officer and Member of the Management Board at Norddeutsche Affinerie AG (now Aurubis AG) in Hamburg until he followed an appointment as CFO and Member of the Executive Committee of Lonza Group AG in August 2005.
Since October 2016, he has been a member of the Corporate Board of Management of the Voith Group and initially held the position of Chief Financial Officer. In October 2018, Dr. Toralf Haag was appointed Chairman of the Corporate Board of Management of Voith GmbH & Co. KGaA.
Dr. Toralf Haag is Member of the Board of Directors of Fr. Sauter AG.
Finance and Controlling
Egon Kraetschmer joined Voith in 1976 as part of his studies in business administration at the University of Cooperative Education in Heidenheim. Since 1980, he has worked in finance and accounting management positions in various Voith companies. In 2000, Egon Kraetschmer became a Member of the Management Board of Voith Paper Heidenheim and in 2003 at Voith Siemens Kraftwerkstechnik Heidenheim.
From 2005, Egon Kraetschmer worked as Chief Financial Officer at Voith Siemens Hydro, until he took the helm at the Group department ‘Corporate Controlling, Balances and Participations’ at Voith. Since July 2014, he has served as the Chief Financial Officer in the Voith Paper Division Management Board.
Dr. Stefan Kampmann
Member of the Corporate Board of Management Chief Technology Officer
After studying physics and earning a doctoral degree in engineering, Dr. Stefan Kampmann started his career in 1994 at Robert Bosch GmbH, where he was initially involved in research topics in the automotive sector, before taking on business sector responsibility in the areas of power electronics, sensor technology, and semiconductor components. Most recently, he was Executive Vice President of the Gasoline Systems division.
In 2016, Dr. Stefan Kampmann joined Osram Licht AG as CTO and member of the Managing Board, where he was responsible for the areas of research and development as well as technology and innovation.
Since December 1, 2020, Dr. Stefan Kampmann has been a member of the Corporate Board of Management and Chief Technology Officer of the Voith Group.
Member of the Corporate Board of Management President & CEO Group Division Paper
After completing his degree in business administration and engineering, Andreas Endters started his career early in 1991 in paper machine sales at Sulzer Escher Wyss in Ravensburg. At the end of 1993 he moved to Manchester, England to take up a position at Sulzer Papertec. Following the merger of the paper divisions of Voith and Sulzer, Andreas Endters joined Voith Paper in Heidenheim in mid-1995 as Head of Sales and Marketing for “QualiFlex Press Sleeves.”
In 2000, he was appointed Executive Vice President at Voith Paper in Ravensburg; one year later, he became Chairman of the Board of Management. Two years later, in 2004, Andreas Endters was appointed to the Management Board of the Group Division Voith Paper and put in charge of the Business Division Rolls. In 2008, he moved to the Management Board of the Group Division Voith Hydro, where he was responsible for the worldwide contract handling of Large Hydro. At the end of 2011, he returned to Voith Paper as a Member of the Group Division Management, initially in charge of paper machines. Since October 2012 he has been responsible for the Business Line Projects.
Since October 1, 2017, Andreas Endters has been a member of the Corporate Board of Management of Voith GmbH & Co. KGaA and President & CEO of Voith Paper.
Member of the Corporate Board of Management President & CEO Group Division Turbo
Cornelius Weitzmann studied industrial engineering at Karlsruhe in Germany and Seville in Spain. He then worked as a project leader and member of the management for a well-known German management consultancy firm from 2002 onwards.
In 2007, Weitzmann moved to Voith, where he took up a management position in strategic planning. 2009, he became Managing director at Voith Paper Inc. in Appleton, USA and in 2011, he was appointed President of Fabric & Roll Systems EMEA.
As a member of the Management Board of Voith Turbo, Cornelius Weitzmann was responsible for the Power, Oil & Gas Division from April 2015, before taking over as Head of the Division Mobility in June 2016.
Since June 1, 2021 Cornelius Weitzmann is a member of the Corporate Board of Management and President & CEO of Voith Turbo.
Member of the Corporate Board of Management President & CEO Group Division Hydro
After studying industrial engineering at Esslingen Technical University, Uwe Wehnhardt joined Procter & Gamble in Crailsheim in 1989 to take up various production-related functions, followed by an appointment as Senior Departmental Manager for HR and Production. He also worked as Plant Manager for Procter & Gamble in Budapest, Hungary, and in Istanbul, Turkey.
In 2002 Uwe Wehnhardt moved to Alfred Kärcher GmbH & Co. KG in Winnenden. He started out as Director for Logistics and Production, followed by an appointment as Director Category Management Consumer Products.
In 2007 Uwe Wehnhardt joined Voith Paper Rolls GmbH & Co. KG, Heidenheim as Executive Vice President, in charge of the European market. In 2010, his tasks were extended to also cover the Division Fabrics Europe. Uwe Wehnhardt has been a Member of the Management Board of Voith Hydro since 2011, in charge of Order to Cash, covering Operations and Project Management as well as Purchasing.
Since January 1, 2016, he has been a member of the Corporate Board of Management and President & CEO of Voith Hydro.