The management team at Keller & Kalmbach GmbH focuses on increasing customer satisfaction, continuous optimization of business processes, maintaining independence as a family business, as well as keeping employees both satisfied motivated. As a traditional and future-oriented company, Keller & Kalmbach stands for reliability, stability, innovation, and quality - both in terms of its products and in its daily actions. The company motto of fit.fair.friendly brings tis altogether.
Dr. Florian Seidl, CEO at Keller & Kalmbach GmbH, joined the management team at his father's company as a management assistant in 1975. He was then appointed Director in 1979. In 1980, he earned his doctorate in social sciences. Florian Seidl is not only actively involved at his company and in the Munich art scene, where he holds positions including Chairman of the Munich Art Association and member of the Executive Board at the Culture Forum, but is also committed to the entire sector in his role as Chairman of the Industry Association for Fastener Wholesale (FDS e.V.).
Thomas Obermeyer, who joined Keller & Kalmbach in 2007 and has been Managing Director since 2008, is responsible for sales and sales-related functions. This includes regional sales, group customer sales including key account management for industry and automotive suppliers, customer logistics & services as well as marketing and product management. The focus is on satisfying customer needs and the innovative orientation of service and supply solutions for the future.
Rudolf Karl has been working for Keller & Kalmbach since 1994. He has held the position of Director since 2008 and is responsible for Purchasing, Finance, and IT. In Purchasing, focus is on covering requirements in the requisite quality and at competitive market prices, as well as finding new procurement sources. In Finance, focus is on securing the requisite liquidity, as well as economic processing of incoming and outgoing payments. In IT, the main task is essentially covering the requirements of the market within the scope of Industry 4.0 and providing the customer with added value through lean, EDP-based processing.