Ossenberg expands its team
Sascha Meyer becomes commercial director
After the investment from the Osnabrück-based family equity company Zwei.7 at the beginning of 2020 and the acquisition of Erwin Kowsky GmbH & Co. KG in the summer of 2020, the Ossenberg Group is now gaining energetic support once again. Sascha Meyer joins the Ossenberg Group as second managing director. From January 1, 2021, the 41-year-old family man from Kalletal will lead us into a new era in the company’s history as commercial managing director, with a focus on sales and marketing.
With a respectable total of 25 years in the industry, most recently having worked as Head of “Sales and Market Management” of the wheelchair division of Otto Bock Germany, Sascha Meyer has already been able to gather many years of experience in the health care sector. This industry knowledge and standing in the medical device market are a great asset for the Ossenberg Group and a further step towards expansion. “Change is something positive, standstill is something negative. Together with the management, we will prepare the company for the future.” With these words, Sascha Meyer introduced himself in a self-made video for his new colleagues.
Sascha Meyer will join Managing Director Carsten Diekmann, whose focus will remain on production and technical aspects, to support the company as it continues to develop and expand its market position in Europe. “We are looking forward to the upcoming changes and expect great things in our shared future,” says Carsten Diekmann. Sascha Meyer will primarily restructure and reposition sales and administration so that further steps towards the future can be taken together. “I am very much looking forward to the opportunities to further develop the Ossenberg Group and the market segment at large with my team. Looking at the level of competence and innovation displayed in the team, ensuring and improving the supply quality of the customers should pose no problem. We also see MDR, which has been used in the Ossenberg Group for some time, as an opportunity for the market,” says Sascha Meyer.
By Jenny Sangaré