Malte Lohan is the Director General of Orgalim, Europe’s Technology Industries, speaking for high tech manufacturing companies spanning the mechanical and electrical engineering, electronics, ICT and metal technology branches. Together they represent the EU’s largest manufacturing sector, generating annual turnover of around €2.906 billion, manufacturing one-third of all European exports and providing 11.19 million direct jobs.
Appointed Orgalim Director General in 2018, Malte is responsible for setting Orgalim’s strategy, acting as the senior representative of the European technology industries in Brussels and managing the operations of the association. He joined Orgalim from Anheuser-Busch InBev, the world’s leading brewer, where he held multiple roles including most recently Head of Corporate Affairs for AB InBev’s European region.
Malte has held numerous voluntary leadership positions, including President of the Society of European Affairs Professionals (SEAP), which represents the interests of the public affairs community in Brussels. Malte obtained his BA in philosophy and economics at the London School of Economics and went on to complete an MSc in political science at LSE. In 2016, he took part in a corporate MBA programme at AB InBev.