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Gökhan YüzgülecManaging Director, Hamburg

Industry expertise

  • Automotive sector and suppliers
  • Medical technology and health care
  • Industrial goods and mechanical engineering
  • Chemical industry / process industry

Dr. Gökhan Yüzgülec is managing director at INVERTO Germany at the Hamburg site. He has also been managing the newly opened office in Hamburg since December 2022.


Yüzgülec, who holds a PhD in mechanical engineering, has worked in consulting, industry and applied research at the Fraunhofer Institute before joining INVERTO in Munich in 2019. Yüzgülec is an expert in supply chain management and supply chain finance. He serves international clients from the medical technology, automotive, and mechanical and plant engineering industries.

At INVERTO, Yüzgülec focuses primarily on large-scale purchasing transformations and cost optimization programmers for direct and indirect requirements at global manufacturing companies. Furthermore, he is responsible for the medical technology area.

He also has extensive experience in topics such as:

  • Supply Chain Finance
  • Implementation orientation for sustainable efficiency improvement
  • Optimization of supply chains


He likes to spend his free time with his wife and 2 children as well as playing theater and basketball, which he has been doing since his youth. He also spends a lot of time at the cinema to relax.

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INVERTO Magazines

Dr. Gökhan Yüzgülec was appointed Managing Director of INVERTO at the start of the year and heads up our newly opened office in Hamburg. In this interview, he shares with us his plans for the office and talks about the key issues currently affecting him and his clients.

INVERTO Magazines

Even companies that are not covered by the legislation or only indirectly – as suppliers to larger customers – should make sure they are fully au fait with the Supply Chain Act regulations and examine their supply chains.

INVERTO Magazines

Times on the world market are uncertain - flexibility is the order of the day & requires high cash reserves

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