Managing Director & Partner
Peter Ullrich is a core member of Boston Consulting Group’s Industrial Goods, Global Advantage, and Strategy practices. He is also a member of the Center for Digital in Transportation.
Since joining BCG in 2007, Peter has worked with a wide range of major corporations in Europe and beyond, covering industries such as engineered products and machinery, transportation and logistics, infrastructure, energy, and private equity. His client engagements have included projects in strategy development, performance improvement and transformation, and reorganization.
Peter’s has helped numerous organizations on their global expansion journeys, and to understand and capture the potential of digital for their business.
Before joining BCG, Peter was a vice president of strategy at Siemens.
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