Plastics processor Ensinger appoints new head of Injection Moulding division

Editor: Alexander Stark

Germany — Oliver Stiegen has taken over leadership of Ensinger’s Injection Moulding division. The 48-year-old mechanical engineer comes from Swedish SKF Group to the German plastics processor.

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Oliver Stiegen, head of the Injection Moulding division at Ensinger
Oliver Stiegen, head of the Injection Moulding division at Ensinger
(Source: Ensinger)

Ensinger’s globally oriented Injection Moulding division manufactures precision components and complete assemblies from high-performance plastics. The injection moulding plant in Rottenburg-Ergenzingen is the German development and production site for this company division. Additional factories belonging to the Ensinger Group are located in Putnam, CT (USA), São Leopoldo (Brazil) and Shanghai (China).

The new head of division, Oliver Stiegen, brings many years of experience from different technology companies and sectors to the role. After his degree in his mechanical engineering, specialising in production technology, he began his career in the sales department of a Varta subsidiary. Based within the automotive battery business unit, his roles included two years as a Key Account Manager in Gothenburg. This was followed by three years working for the Sales department of automotive supplier Johnson Controls, after which Stiegen switched to SKF, an international manufacturer of roller bearings, seals and lubrication systems. Here he held a variety of managerial positions in the areas of Sales and Development and ultimately was responsible for the global product group comprising tapered roller bearings. He then took up his role with Ensinger at the start of January.

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