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Claus Hansen – new bremenports representative in Vienna

BREMEN/WIEN. In future, the Ports of Bremen will be represented in Austria by the logistics expert Claus Hansen. Robert Howen introduced the new bremenports representative at the Logistics Talks held in Vienna in mid-September. “Claus Hansen can look back on over 40 years of experience in the industry, which he can put to good use for the Ports of Bremen”, emphasised bremenports managing director. “It will give us excellent representation for an exceedingly important partner country.” Howe then went on to thank Alfred Wolfram, who had been the representative of bremenports in Vienna since 2013. “Alfred Wolfram played a major part in ensuring that the Ports of Bremen are a central hub for the transhipment of goods for Austria.”
Claus Hansen worked for Maersk Line in Copenhagen for many years and was most recently responsible for the global feeder network. During his time in Austria, he held a senior position with Rail Cargo Austria, among others. “Austria’s economy is dependent on the ports and countries that border the country as well as an efficient inland network. We have to get even more traffic switched over from the road to rail. As the Ports of Bremen have an excellent range of rail services, they are the ideal partner for Austria’s strong economy.”


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