Vision, Brand and Performance Promise

We have been a proficient partner in a challenging industry since 1997. We have already started working on tomorrow’s technology, because we keep our eyes forward. We combine creative ideas with skilled engineering, keeping abreast of today, but also pushing today’s limitations into the technology realities of the future. Our focus is based on continual improvement, down to the smallest detail while meeting tough requirements. We have always worked in cooperation with our customers, specifying a project’s requirements together, a connection which makes us a more effective service provider. We listen closely, clarifying your needs, thinking ahead for you systematically. From the initial idea, to the development and production and after-sales support, our customers benefit from our expertise. We combine flexible, competent decision-making skills with decades of experience, wrapped in a professional style.


Vahit Ezer-Hagemann

Graduate Engineer (FH) Vahit Ezer-Hagemann was born in Turkey, is married, and has two children. After earning his advanced technical college certificate in technology, he started studying engineering at the Bremen University of Applied Sciences, with a focus on Production Engineering. He finished his degree with his thesis on “Analysing Malfunctions in the Aggregate Preassembly of the Front and Rear Axles”. Vahit Ezer-Hagemann started his career at AES GmbH in 1999 in the Service Department, now known as the Electrical Engineering Department. He also contributed his experience to several different areas of the company. He established a Quality Management System in 2003 and led this department for three years before taking Project Management in 2006. After working in Project Management, Vahit Ezer-Hagemann began to lead the Procurement and Sales Department. He was granted commercial power of attorney and became a shareholder in 2010. He has been a CEO at AES since 2013.

Jörn Burkert

Dr. rer.nat. Jörn Burkert was born in Bremen on 2 May 1972, is married and has two children. He started his degree in Physics with a concentration on Environmental Physics and Chemistry and Technology Assessment at the University of Bremen in 1991 after completing secondary school. He completed his studies in 1999 with his thesis work on Analysing the Role of Peroxy Radicals in the Atmosphere’s Ozone Balance”. During his time at university, he completed two internships in Wellington, New Zealand: at the National Institute for Water and Atmosphere, and at the Meteorological Service in New Zealand.
From May to June 2001, he was a guest researcher for the Indian Ocean Experiment in the Department of Meteorology at the University of Maryland, USA. From 1999 to 2003, he worked as a research associate and doctoral candidate in the Institute of Environmental Physics at the University of Bremen. The title of his PhD thesis is “Modelling of tropospheric ozone and radical chemistry “(honour:” summa cum laude “). He then continued to work as a project manager at the Institute of Environmental Physics at the University of Bremen.
Dr. Jörn Burkert became a Quality Management Assistant at AES on 1 January 2005. He became Head of the QM Department the following year, and stayed in his position for many years. Following this, he became Head of Project Management and Development. In May 2010, he was granted commercial power of attorney and became a shareholder. Dr. Jörn Burkert became one of the CEOs at AES in 2013.


Our headquarters is in the technology park directly adjacent to the Bremen Airport, our management board and main administrative management staff work at this location. The electrical engineering department, certification facilities, electronic development department and production for the OEM market are also located here.

The company building, shaped like an aircraft wing, was built in 2005.

Our company success and growth over the past few years has made it necessary to expand. Therefore, in September 2013 AES unveiled a new headquarters building, double in size, to accommodate our growth.

AES GmbH Headquarters
Hanna-Kunath-Str. 33
28199 Bremen
Phone: +49 (421) 24030-0

In May 2010, AES acquired Schütt Elektronik GmbH, a company founded in 1995. This new branch of AES is in Hamburg, and specialises in lighting, communication and control systems for business and VIP aircrafts. This division develops unique and creative solutions. It is located in a converted, newly renovated warehouse with original furnishings and large windows, providing a space ideal for inspiring and innovative ideas. Our Hamburg branch focuses on developing versatile, multifunctional electronics, and custom solutions, in addition to maintaining and updating our devices in service. Naturally, our most successful applications are eventually incorporated in our portfolio, as a serial product.

Schnackenburgallee 177
22525 Hamburg
Phone: +49 (40) 7902862-40

Branch office manager: Michael Gartzke and Oliver Wulf

Social Engagement

Our commitments
AES has been involved in a wide variety of charity projects since December 2010. These focus on both regional and international organisations who help people and the environment.
In Bremen, we sponsor the REFUGIO endowment fund and the Wilhelm Kaisen Bürgerhilfe. In terms of international charities, we are a current member of the WWF, actively involved in the PLAN emergency response fund. Additionally, we provide help for two PLAN godchildren Brayan and Mamawa.

A place of refuge
REFUGIO is an association providing help for refugees and victims of atrocities Most of the people who come to REFUGIO Bremen have been persecuted due to their religious, political, ethnical, or sexual affiliation. Often, they arrive with immense emotional strain and distress caused by wartime experiences. In an affiliated centre for psychosocial and therapeutic treatment, REFUGIO helps traumatised people find mental balance and stability, deal with past traumatic experiences and strengthen their own resources in their own native languages. The goal is to help people find their way back to their life now, in a new, foreign society they, call home.

People of Bremen, helping the people of Bremen
The Wilhelm-Kaisen-Bürgerhilfe is an umbrella organisation for many social aid associations in Bremen. These include: the Arbeiterwohlfahrt (the workers’ welfare agency), the German Red Cross, the Caritas (the Catholic welfare agency), the Inner Mission and the Paritätische Wohlfahrtsverband (a joint welfare association).
The Wilhelm-Kaisen-Bürgerhilfe organises help for disadvantage people in the Hanseatic city of Bremen  Single parents and children, the disabled, elderly, and homeless people benefit from sponsored projects. These include meeting centres, neighbourly help, accommodation and care services, debt counselling and other helpful services.
Preserving biological diversity – a living planet for our children and ourselves.
AES is a member of the World-Wide Fund for Nature (WWF). We support wildlife conservation projects with contributions. These projects include developing conservation areas and national parks, the training and funding of workers, as well as, protection projects for endangered species.

Enable emergency aid
The PLAN emergency response fund is responsible for immediate disaster management, medium-term reconstruction plans and long-term projects designed to prepare people in the event of a disaster. The PLAN emergency response fund provides fast, direct response that covers the immediate needs of the people concerned. This includes drinking water, food, medicine, emergency accommodations, building materials, trauma healing, and temporary school instruction. Medium-term actions include home construction, school construction and the rebuilding of infrastructure. The emergency response fund also finances surgeries for seriously ill children.

Our godchild Brayan
Our godchild Brayan lives with his mother, his brother, and grandparents in the southwest part of the Dominican Republic. Brayan is doing well at his basic primary school. His family is Catholic and speaks Spanish.
The Dominican Republic has a tropical climate with two rainy seasons, from April to June and August to October. During the rainy seasons, Brayan’s family obtains water from a privately drilled well in the backyard. During the dry season, they fetch water from the surrounding creeks and rivers. The family also has its own latrine. Garbage collection is irregular, which means that waste is buried in their direct environment or burned. The electrical power supply is also unreliable and functions just a few hours each day. A sparsely equipped health care facility is approx. 30 minutes away, lacking vital medicine, drugs, and equipment.
Extreme poverty causes repeated riots and violent conflicts in the Dominican Republic. This means that children there are exposed to violence on the streets, in school and at home. Many of them are forced into child labour and exposed to prostitution and sexual exploitation, due to highly organised sex tourism. The children suffer from neglect, inferior quality education and insufficient healthcare. By supporting PLAN International Deutschland e.V., we play a role in improving the living conditions for Brayan and his family and friends.

Our godchild Mamawa
Mamawa lives with her mother, a provincial woman, and sister in northern Liberia, close to the border of Guinea and Sierra Leone. She attends primary school, and her favourite subject is sport.
Mamawa belongs to the Muslim minority and speaks English. This area of Liberia has a tropical rainforest climate which transition to a savanna climate and has a rainy season from May to October. Access to sanitary basic services are insufficient. Mamawa’s family has no latrine, but uses the open terrain and obtains water from a publicly drilled well. The closest health care facility is approx. 45 kilometres away.
Liberia is plagued by extreme poverty, children are exposed to child trafficking, child labour and child marriage. People also lack sufficient nourishment and access to clean drinking water. The civil war from 1989 to 2003 destroyed the education system, making access to education practically non-existent in many cases.
Women and girls are severely threatened with female genital mutilation and sexual abuse. PLAN works to educate community members, specifically on these issues. PLAN also helps to organise the education system and attempts to abolish administrative barriers in Liberia. Now, it is impossible for us to send any gifts or even school materials to Mamawa. We play a part in improving living conditions for Mamawa and her family, by supporting PLAN International Deutschland e.V.

Corporate Health Promotion Management

The physical integrity of AES employees is a major concern of ours. Therefore we cooperate with the health insurance “hkk” to perform our corporate health promotion management.

The corporate health promotion management involves presentations of external speakers, anonymous employees’ surveys for demand analysis, planning and execution of healthcare measures as well as the assessment of the results.

We are especially happy that a strong team of 25 motivated colleagues accepted the challenge of this year´s B2Run, the 2004 established nationwide company running event. We are proud to have such an active team and we are already looking forward to next year´s challenges.

With this health promotion we strive to create beneficial work circumstances trying to achieve the following objectives for our employees:

  • A positive health culture
  • Higher job satisfaction
  • Increasing well-being at the workplace
  • Preventive health measures and profound knowledge
  • Helping our employees to help themselves
  • A high attendance at our annual AES healthcare event


How can we help you?

Phone: +49 (0) 421 240 30-0
Fax: +49 (0) 421 240 30-77