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Hellmann brings on Thielemann-Hald

OSNABRÜCK. In September, Hellmann Worldwide Logistics announced that it had acquired Monika Thielemann-Hald for the position of Global Head of Auto­motive Logistics. She succeeds Martin Wehner, who will take on the role of Chief Commercial Officer Europe at Hellmann. Thielemann-Hald has many years of inter­national experience in automotive logistics. After almost 20 years with Schenker, she switched to Panalpina in 2014, where she developed the area of Automotive Logistics Solutions in Europe.

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