The “C&U Group” is one of the largest manufacturers of high precision bearing products worldwide. As the globally operating automotive supplier and original equipment manufacturer in the industrial and mechanical engineering sector, we have particular responsibility for our customers. Therefore, we support you with sales and warehousing, and offer an individual service in applications engineering and technical analysis and testing.
We focus on strong incentives in research and development to support our customers even in the future with high quality and reliable products and services, and further improve the competitiveness of our company. Our management team sees it as their specific role to implement these goals and visions responsibly and sustainably, and lead C&U Europe to a successful future.
In the 20 years that Ulrich Selig has worked in the automotive industry (original equipment manufacture and automotive aftermarket), he has achieved countless successes in the acquisition and expansion of international business sectors. As the Director of Automotive Sales in Asia, he lived in Asia for ten years (seven years in Shanghai, China, and three years in Tokyo, Japan), and took on various General Manager and Sales positions in this time, including at SKF and Grammer AG. Here, amongst other things, he managed company related renovation and restructuring measures, and building new production sites. As CEO at C&U Europe, he is now facing new challenges, like the company entering the European market. From his years of experience in the automotive sector, he knows:
“The most important success factor is the people. They make the difference!”
As Sales Director at C&U Europe at the Schweinfurt site, Rolf Müller concentrates on building a new sales network within Europe, focussing on the future business development of C&U, and the staff and structural development of the company. He has worked in the automotive sector for more than 20 years. During this time, amongst other things, he was responsible for sales within Germany, and the sales network in Poland and Italy, as Sales Director at NSK Deutschland GmbH. In his management role at C&U Europe, he has taken on important tasks in sales throughout Europe, for almost ten years. His motto:
“Impress customers with excellent services”
As a Strategic Account Manager and Key Account Manager in the area of Automotive OEM, Benjamin Wolf has already worked for numerous renowned automotive manufacturers and suppliers globally. The qualified engineer specialising in automotive engineering, is very familiar with the automotive industry. He particularly specialises in sales management, customer acquisition, customer relationship management and global company strategies and business development. As the Director of Commercial Vehicles, he is now using his longstanding experience for the future strategy, and to develop new business fields and associated sales networks of C&U Europe, both in the commercial vehicle and automotive OEM business:
“See every new challenge as a chance to grow and improve!”
As Senior Quality Director, Sascha Zietlow has been responsible for European business at C&U Europe since 2018. As a result, he takes on technical consultation in research and development, process design and production process optimisation, supplier and project management for global customers, as well as customer claim and service management. He previously worked all over the world as a manager in quality management, (including for Lufthansa, Deutz AG, Demag Trains and Components, GETRAG FORD Transmissions, Schaeffler) in La Palma (Spain), Seoul and Changwong (South Korea) and Nanchang, Ganzhou, Baoding and Shanghai (China) amongst other places. His secret to success:
“Passionate process development for the highest customer quality, combined with intercultural staff development!”
As an expert in Human Resources and Organizational Building, Cornelia Moller-Atam is responsible for the whole HR & People Operations department at C&U Europe. She has more than 15 years’ experience in the formation and development of HR departments and projects, including at large companies in the media and marketing sector, at start-ups and several large online service providers. The qualified business economist specialising in personnel management and business informatics completed her degree at the University of Applied Sciences Würzburg-Schweinfurt (FHWS), and is excellently acquainted with the local conditions in the region. As Director of HR, she knows what is needed for good staff management:
“A passion for people and an excellent company culture.”
rear f. l. t. r. Davide Martini, Kai Huang, Benjamin Wolf
center f. l. t. r. Walter Datchary, Thierry Poulle, Cornelia Moller-Atam
front f. l. t. r. Ulrich Selig, Ingo Wellmann, Ping Hohmann, Sascha Zietlow