GÜNTER REDHAMMER Director of Logistics and Production, COO (Chief Operating Officer)
Günter Redhammer (45) has worked for Fill for some 30 years and passed successfully through many stations in this time: from machine builder, work scheduler, and head of department through to director. The successful development of the company has proceeded at the same pace as his personal career. He played a key role in introducing today´s ERP (enterprise resource planning) system and has made a major contribution to continuously enhancing procedures in the company. The fields of logistics and production have long since been his main concern. As an important motivation for his new challenge as COO, Günter Redhammer identifies the fact that Fill is constantly developing something new and that the company always keeps pace with the times.
Organizational realignment of the entire logistics and production area is one of his main aims in the new post. Other priorities include integrating e-production and e-work preparation as well as realigning the entire supply chain, from Purchasing through to Work Preparation. Training of
apprentices and skilled workers in future is a particularly important concern for Günter Redhammer.
The trained machine builder and engineer is married, father of two children, and lives with his family in Reichersberg.
ALOIS WIESINGER Director of Mechatronics, CTO (Chief Technology Officer)
Alois Wiesinger studied mechatronics at the Johannes Kepler University in Linz and operations management at the Upper Austria University of Applied Sciences in Steyr. Since 2007 he has worked successfully at Fill as a design engineer, control and high-level language programmer, product developer, innovation manager, digitalization coordinator, and technical director. In his new position, he is particularly looking forward to the design possibilities in mechatronic engineering. For
Alois Wiesinger, mechatronics is not only a technical, methodical approach, but also a question of corporate culture. With transparent communication, promotion of interdisciplinarity, and consistent knowledge transfer, he would like to practice a management style that counteracts territorial and departmental thinking.
A common system awareness of the plant and machinery in the project team is a key aspect for him. "This requires transparent mapping of the interdisciplinary development dependencies in the mechatronic context. Redevelopment and further enhancement of the right methods and software
tools is necessary during implementation," says Alois Wiesinger. He specifies the management of requirements, variants, change, and bills of materials as areas that need to be integrated seamlessly into the mechatronic systems and methods landscape at Fill.
The 40-year-old thorough-bred mechatronics engineer lives with his partner in Upper Austria.
Fill Machine Engineering
CEO Andreas Fill (in the middle) with Alois Wiesinger, CTO, and Günter Redhammer, COO (from left)