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New management team for Röhlig Germany

BREMEN/HAMBURG. At the beginning of February, Dirk Schneider (c), who headed the German entity of Röhlig Logistics since April 2020, reorganised his management board by adding four experienced logistics experts. Jens Haas (s. f. t. r.) is responsible for the air freight division, which offers charter solutions for time-critical and sensitive products, including those in the healthcare and automotive segments. Stefan Drust, (l) previously Head of Ocean Freight Export, now heads the Ocean Freight division. Philipp Schulze (r) has taken over the commercial section, made up of the Finance, Human Resources, Quality Management and IT departments. He will mainly focus on the topics of networking and digitalisation. The new management team is completed by Kay Brunkhorst (s. f. t. l.), who previously worked in key account management and in his new position as head of the sales team is responsible for the further development of the service portfolio and the development of new customer segments.

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