FAULHABER sets the course for further growth

In order to strengthen the sales organization in times of an increasing complexity in international markets, FAULHABER has decided to realign global sales within the experienced team under Managing Director Karl Faulhaber.

As of October 1, 2023, FAULHABER is reorganizing its sales division, thereby placing an even stronger focus on customer orientation and responsiveness. Responsibilities will be reallocated within the existing sales management team. This strategic development is a decisive step in taking the company's growth to the next level.


In order to strengthen the sales organization in times of an increasing complexity in international markets, FAULHABER has decided to realign global sales within the experienced team under Managing Director Karl Faulhaber.

Marcus Remmel will take over the area of global market development and will be responsible for the future development of new sales channels and global business development activities. Here, FAULHABER will focus on accounts, target markets and regions with high potential and invest in the development of specialized market know-how in the medical, automation, and robotics markets.

Volker Sprenger, who already manages sales activities and key customers in Germany, will take over key accounts on a global level in the future. In addition, he will further expand FAULHABER's presence in North America. Based on her many years of experience in customer relationship management,

Mireille Deckers-Strobel, who currently heads Global Sales Operations, will also assume responsibility for the sales markets of Europe, China, Asia-Pacific as well as for global direct customers and the distribution network. With their extensive application knowledge, they will drive growth on an international level and consolidate FAULHABER's market position.

"The realignment of the sales organization in the hands of our experienced management team will enable us to strengthen our global sales activities and create new momentum. We want to support our customers in realizing the innovative power of future markets with products from FAULHABER," says Managing Director Karl Faulhaber.



FAULHABER is specialized in the development, production and deployment of high-precision miniaturized and miniature drive systems, servo components and drive electronics with up to 200 watts of output power. This includes putting into effect customer-specific packaged solutions as well as an extensive range of standard products, such as Brushless Motors, DC-Micromotors, Encoders and Motion Controllers. The FAULHABER trademark is recognised worldwide as a symbol of high quality and reliability in complex and demanding application areas, such as medical technology, factory automation, precision optics, telecommunications, aviation and aerospace, and robotics. From the powerful DC-motor with a continuous torque of 200 mNm to the filigree micro drive with an outer diameter of 1.9 mm, the FAULHABER standard range can be combined in more than 25 million different ways to create the optimum drive system for a particular application. At the same time, this technological construction kit is the basis for modifications which allow to configure special versions to meet the specific needs of customers.

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