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New director at Kloosterboer BLG Coldstore

BREMERHAVEN. Thorsten Heitland (r.) joined the management team of Kloosterboer BLG Coldstore on 1 April. Over the coming months he will be taking on the responsibilities of Lüder Korff (l.), who is retiring in late July after 32 years with Kloosterboer BLG Coldstore and its predecessors. Heitland held various roles at Stute-Verkehrs GmbH before moving to Frosta in 2010, where he was Head of Supply Chain Logistics.

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