Tobias Oser (33) studied mechanical engineering and business administration at the Technical University of Munich, Germany, before joining SCHOTTEL in 2015. In technical sales and distribution, he gained experience in different roles, first in a graduate program, then as a Sales Manager in the Tug & Offshore segment. Tobias Oser took over the management of the Merchant Vessels segment from long-standing SCHOTTEL employee Hans-Herbert Dünow, who has now retired.
Mr Oser, what goes on behind the scenes in the Merchant segment at SCHOTTEL?
Is this a typical example?
Would you say that coastal projects are becoming more diverse and important for your segment?
Sounds like precision work.
… which can sometimes be extreme. How important are aftersales and service to you and your customers?
Digitalization plays a major role in almost all industries and segments. Does it keep you busy?
To what extent does fleet management benefit from the digital transformation?
A new SCHOTTEL training centre in Australia helps to prepare crews and engineers to better manage faults and carry out repairs on their own. The new site offers even more with its high tech set-up and simulations
Research vessels are travelling from the tropics to the arctic, gathering data on marine pollution, climate change or marine biology. These voyages place high demands on vessel equipment and propulsion systems. Your companion around the world: SCHOTTEL technology and service
Jan Helge Telseth, Managing Director at SCHOTTEL Nordic, joined the company three years ago after having held various positions at both large international companies and mid-size specialty businesses. The most important thing, he says, is making life easier for customers.