Schulz Engineering is one of the leading German engineering service providers in the field of planning, development and commissioning of sophisticated special purpose machines and complex production plants.
Schulz Engineering is a subsidiary of the Schulz Group. The Schulz Group has many years of experience in engineering, production and product processing in the automotive industry as well as utility vehicle construction. The companies in our group plan and design production plants and special machines, develop components and software solutions. While the individual companies deliver specific solutions, the group as a whole stands for valuable synergistic effects, from networking through to knowledge management.
Florian Geisler has more than 20 years of professional experience in the engineering field and has been employed by Schulz Engineering since 2003 – first as a plant planner, later as a team leader and since 2008 as a project manager for various customer projects.
Thanks to his many years of experience in the company, Florian Geisler believes he is very well prepared for his future tasks. As a member of the management board, he is responsible for finance, sales, project management, human resources, and marketing and communications. His expanded remit also includes successively preparing the company for digital transformation.
Rolf Schramm studied electrical engineering in the field of information processing and successfully completed his studies in 1992 as a graduate engineer (FH) in electrical engineering. He then initially worked in automation technology, where he was increasingly responsible for the complete technical and organizational support of large-scale plants. Later, Rolf Schramm worked as a group leader for the project planning of PLC and robot controls as well as for planning and process simulation. This then led to a shift in focus to the field of engineering for systems in the automotive environment. From 2001, Rolf Schramm headed the Process Simulation and Planning department at Schulz Engineering and was responsible for expanding the department to include automation technology with a focus on robot control. In 2006, he was appointed authorized signatory for Schulz Engineering before finally being appointed Joint CEO in 2008.
In addition to the two previous CEOs Rolf Schramm and Roland Arnold, Florian Geisler now also heads up the Ravensburg-based company.
Schulz Engineering celebrates its 30th anniversary after Reinhold Schulz founded the company "Schulz Konstruktionen" in Ravensburg in 1986.
250 state-of-the-art workstations in the Schulz Group's new and sustainably designed company building. Plenty of room for creativity at the place where it all started with a view to the future.
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