REQUEST THE MAGAZINE

Magazine for ports, shipping and logistics

Change in the management

BREMEN. Since May 1, Oliver Meng has been appointed as an additional managing director of Addicks & Kreye Container Logistik GmbH & Co. KG and Wilhelm Müller GmbH & Co. KG have been appointed. Both companies belong to the Addicks & Kreye group of companies, which combines several service companies in the fields of container loading and unloading, service & depot, logistics and cargo control. In recent years, Oliver Meng has worked as Managing Director at the rail hinterland operator Necoss in Bremen. Together with the current Managing Director Björn Ohl, as well as the Managing Partners Thomas Wöhlken and Olaf Schwemer, Oliver Meng will represent the company at all locations (Bremerhaven, Hamburg, Bremen, Duisburg) and will be responsible for the areas of sales and strategic orientation.

At the end of the year, Thomas Wöhlken will retire from the operative business as Managing Director in order to support the company management in an advisory capacity in his function as co-partner.

Photo: Addicks & Kreye Holding GmbH

More articles from the category News & People

Double contract extension

Double contract extension

HAMBURG. In March, the supervisory board of Hapag-Lloyd shipping company agreed to extend prematurely the contract with Rolf Habben Jansen, the chairman of the board, until 31 March 2027.

read more
TO Group extends management board

TO Group extends management board

BREMEN. Transport Overseas (TO) has appointed new members to the board. In order to strengthen the logistics group for the future, which is primarily active in shipping and ports, CEO Tim Oltmann (3rd from the left) has extended the management board from within.

read more
Double contract extension

Double contract extension

HAMBURG. In March, the supervisory board of Hapag-Lloyd shipping company agreed to extend prematurely the contract with Rolf Habben Jansen, the chairman of the board, until 31 March 2027.

read more
TO Group extends management board

TO Group extends management board

BREMEN. Transport Overseas (TO) has appointed new members to the board. In order to strengthen the logistics group for the future, which is primarily active in shipping and ports, CEO Tim Oltmann (3rd from the left) has extended the management board from within.

read more
Change at the top at VDR

Change at the top at VDR

HAMBURG. On 30 April, Ralf Nagel (right) stepped down as Chief Executive Officer and Executive Member of the Presidential Committee of the German Shipowners’ Association (VDR) after 12 years of service.

read more