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Obert on the Rhenus Board

HOLZ­WICKEDE. As of 1 January 2021 Karsten Obert will be a member of the Management Board of Rhenus in charge of the areas Automotive and Warehousing Solutions. He will take over the role of Michael Brockhaus, who after almost 20 years will cease his board activities on 31 March 2021. “I am certain that Mr. Obert will strengthen the board of Rhenus and can make im­portant decisions in his leadership position for the business areas Automotive and Warehousing Solutions”, said Dr. Marco Schröter, Chairman of the Rhenus Supervisory Board.

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