18 July 2016 Dry Bulk | Engineering & Equipment STEFAN SCHEIBER IS THE NEW CEO OF BU¨HLER As announced a year ago, Stefan Scheiber is now CEO of Bu¨hler. He succeeds Calvin Grieder, who will focus on his role as Chairman of the Board. “In order to continue the success story of Bu¨hler, we want to seize the opportunities of accelerated change presented by megatrends such as digitization, safe feed and food, and sustainability,” said Stefan Scheiber at the occasion of the CEO handover. As a result of this change, additional executive positions in the Grains & Food business have been reassigned. The appointment of Stefan Scheiber stands for continuity and accelerated change at Bu¨hler. Stefan Scheiber (50, Swiss) has been with the solution provider for industrial process technologies since 1988. In the course of his 25- year career, he has led various sales and production organizations at all management levels in Kenya, South Africa, Germany, and Switzerland. “With our portfolio of solutions and our global presence in over 140 countries, we are strongly positioned in the important growth markets of food and mobility,” says Scheiber. “The aim now is to transform this position into further profitable growth.” Calvin Grieder, who has been serving as CEO since 2000 and additionally acted as Chairman of the Board of Bu¨hler since 2014, will focus on his position as Chairman. Johannes Wick took charge as CEO of Grains & Food as of April 1, 2016, and is now also a member of Bu¨hler’s Executive Board. Johannes Wick joined the Bu¨hler Group as head of the Grain Milling business unit in 2014. Previously, he held various management positions in the global energy and infrastructure industry for more than 20 years. ABOUT BU¨HLER Every day, billions of people come into contact with Bu¨hler technologies, to cover their basic needs for food and mobility. With its industrial process technologies and solutions, it contributes significantly to feeding the world’s population, setting a focus on food security and safety as well as reducing carbon emissions of cars and buildings. In 2015, its roughly 10,800 employees in more than 140 countries generated a turnover of CHF2.4 billion. The global Swiss family-owned company Bu¨hler is particularly committed to sustainability.