Miratech names Fuss managing director, EMEA

By Jack Burke01 March 2022

Miratech Group recently announced the hire of Stefan Fuss as managing director of Miratech’s Europe, Middle East, and Africa (EMEA) Operation. Fuss will be responsible for leading the Group’s EMEA Operation and he will be based at the company’s EMEA headquarters in Sinntal, Germany.

Fuss joins Miratech after spending four years as CEO of Hug Engineering in Switzerland, where he achieved the improved strategic and operational set-up and globalization of the group, leading to a significant increase in operational efficiencies and profit.

“I’m thrilled to welcome Stefan to Miratech,” said David Zenthoefer, Miratech’s CEO. “Stefan brings a wealth of experience and knowledge in our field, especially given his unique knowledge of precious metals and exhaust aftertreatment systems used in MIRATECH’s core markets and applications. With his industry background, I am fully confident he will quickly and positively impact our bottom-line results and EMEA growth ambitions.”

Stefan Fuss (Image:Miratech)

Prior to his time at Hug, Fuss served as the Executive Vice President and Senior Vice President at Heraeus from 2010 to 2016, where he was the Global Head of Sales and Marketing and Head of Global Business Unit Catalysts, respectively. Fuss also spent 12 years early in his career at Sud-Chemie AG, starting as a Product Manager and working his way up to Vice President.

Fuss attended Darmstadt University where he studied Chemical Technology. As a globally acting manager, he is fully fluent in German and English.

U.S.-based Miratech is a global provider of emission and acoustical solutions for stationary natural gas and diesel reciprocating engines.

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