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Michael Zetzsche

Senior Manager Control Development

Employees of the Dürr Group

Developing digital products with pride

Michael Zetzsche
Control Development

I am inspired by the innovation and forward thinking at HOMAG. The ideas implemented here go far beyond those of our competitors.

I really enjoy being able to make a difference in my work at HOMAG. I am constantly challenged, and so the work is never boring. My team and I are now developing digital products, of which we are extremely proud.

HOMAG enables me to implement my knowledge and abilities in an optimum manner for the company. The developments from my team contribute to long-term customer satisfaction and thus the further expansion of our market position.

About Michael Zetzsche

After leaving school Michael Zetzsche trained as an electronics engineer for energy systems, building switch cabinets. He gained his university entrance qualifications and studied electrical engineering.

When Michael Zetzsche received the offer from HOMAG, he did not hesitate for long. He is now a department head in charge of a team of 40 people developing software to use in control systems for machines.