High-performance, modern – in Europe and India

400 million pages printed every day, around 50,000 magazines produced every hour: With two plants in Offenburg, one company in Nuremberg and one in Vieux-Thann, France, the BurdaDruck group is one of Europe’s highest-performance, most modern printing companies. Its broad range of services include the production of high-quality magazines, catalogues and printed advertising and all associated services.

Outside Europe, BurdaDruck has a presence in New Delhi, India. BurdaDruck acquired its former joint venture partner “Hindustan Times” in 2013; the Indian printing company is now a 100% subsidiary of Burda Druck GmbH, Offenburg and operates as BurdaDruck India. In New Delhi, magazines, business reports and advertising materials are not the only things to roll off the conveyor belt – BurdaDruck India also produces millions of school books for several Indian states. The company also prints teaching materials for African countries such as Ethiopia, Ghana and Nigeria.

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CEO

Paul-Bernhard Kallen, who holds a PhD in Economics, began his career in 1986 as an executive assistant with a family-run machine and plant engineering company in Cologne. Two years later, he moved to the management consulting firm McKinsey and Company, where he spent eight years and worked his way up to partner.

He joined Hubert Burda Media in 1996. Three years later, he became a member of the board and was responsible for finance, building up digital business, expanding activities abroad and realigning the printing division. On 1 January 2010, he took over from Hubert Burda as CEO. As a board member, Paul-Bernhard Kallen is responsible for the media corporation’s holdings and for BurdaDruck.

Paul-Bernhard Kallen, who holds a PhD in Economics, began his career in 1986 as an executive assistant with a family-run machine and plant engineering company in Cologne. Two years later, he moved to the management consulting firm McKinsey and Company, where he spent eight years and worked his way up to partner.

He joined Hubert Burda Media in 1996. Three years later, he became a member of the board and was responsible for finance, building up digital business, expanding activities abroad and realigning the printing division. On 1 January 2010, he took over from Hubert Burda as CEO. As a board member, Paul-Bernhard Kallen is responsible for the media corporation’s holdings and for BurdaDruck.

Managing director

Heiko Engelhardt, managing director BurdaDruck

Heiko Engelhardt, managing director BurdaDruck

Facts
Company Burda Druck GmbH
Managing directors Dr Paul-Bernhard Kallen, Heiko Engelhardt
Chief Financial Officer Annette Weniger
Locations Offenburg, Nuremberg, Vieux-Thann, New Delhi
Subsidiaries BurdaDruck France S.A.S., BurdaDruck India Pvt. Ltd., BurdaDruck Nürnberg GmbH & Co. KG, Ortenauer Papierverarbeitung GmbH, Medienpartner International GmbH
Contact info@burda-druck.de

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CEO

Paul-Bernhard Kallen, who holds a PhD in Economics, began his career in 1986 as an executive assistant with a family-run machine and plant engineering company in Cologne. Two years later, he moved to the management consulting firm McKinsey and Company, where he spent eight years and worked his way up to partner.

He joined Hubert Burda Media in 1996. Three years later, he became a member of the board and was responsible for finance, building up digital business, expanding activities abroad and realigning the printing division. On 1 January 2010, he took over from Hubert Burda as CEO. As a board member, Paul-Bernhard Kallen is responsible for the media corporation’s holdings and for BurdaDruck.

Managing director

Heiko Engelhardt, managing director BurdaDruck