Friedrichshafen. On October 1, Kai Lücke took over as head of the “ZF External Affairs” Corporate Function. In his new role, he will coordinate the exchange with political decision-makers worldwide and manage the dialogue with associations. He reports directly to the CEO of ZF Friedrichshafen AG, Wolf-Henning Scheider.
Kai Lücke began his career in 2002 as a trade policy analyst at DaimlerChrysler. Between 2003 and 2008, he worked for the European Association of Automotive Manufacturers (ACEA) in various management capacities, more recently as director of public affairs and assistant to the secretary general. In 2008, Lücke moved to Robert Bosch GmbH as vice president of the European Affairs Office, among other positions. Since 2016 Kai Lücke has headed up the Corporate External Affairs department at Mahle GmbH.