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Hellmann: Herwig new CCO Road & Rail

OSNABRÜCK. On March 1, Hellmann Worldwide Logistics succeeded in recruiting Jörg Herwig as its new Chief Operating Officer Road & Rail (COO). He is taking over from Matthias Magnor, who decided to leave the company to take on new professional challenges after 18 years. In addition to the position as COO Road & Rail, Jörg Herwig is also taking up the position of Managing Director Hellmann East Europe (HEE). Together with Patrick Nathe, he’s made up the two-person management team at HEE since March.

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