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Thibault PuckenCOO & Managing Director , Cologne



Areas of industry expertise

  • Engineered Products and Machinery
  • Automotive sector and suppliers
  • Materials and process industry
  • Private Equity
  • Logistics and infrastructure

Thibault Pucken is a Managing Director of INVERTO. He graduated from the Technical University of Hamburg with a degree in Industrial Engineering. He has extensive experience in supply chain management, strategic procurement and management consultancy. As Managing Director, he is responsible for projects relating to organisational, process and condition optimisation and strategy development in procurement and supply chain management.

In addition to his role as Managing Director, he also operates as Chief Operating Officer (COO).


With his wide-ranging experience in strategic procurement, Thibault Pucken mainly advises industrial companies and companies in the automotive sector. He has in-depth expertise based on projects he has worked on for major automotive suppliers and vehicle manufacturers. He also advises customers in the mechanical engineering, plant construction and furniture industries on process optimisation, and is a particular specialist in procurement transformations.

Personal life

Thibault Pucken lives with his family in Cologne. Alongside his interest in politics and economics, the father-of-three enjoys spending time with his family, playing sport and cooking as ways to relax outside of his demanding project management work.

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News and events

New management team starts the next growth phase

Five years after its integration within BCG, INVERTO is realigning its management team effective January 1, 2022.

Studies and subject papers

Infographic: Study on COVID-19 - How procurement reacts

An overview of the results of the quick survey "Reaction of the procurement department to COVID-19

White Paper

Private Equity White Paper 2021

Best-in-class portfolio companies: Exploiting value creation potential in and after the crisis.

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