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Six hundred eighty-two trainees and students all across Germany have begun their training at logistics provider DACHSER—more than ever before. DACHSER has also set a new record for professional drivers: 87 young drivers decided to train with DACHSER this year. In total, the family-owned company is training 1,511 new recruits in 76 locations nationwide. Outside of Germany, the number of next-generation logistics trainees is 255.
DACHSER has promoted its Head of Contract Logistics, Alexander Tonn, to become the new Managing Director of European Logistics Germany. The 43-year old Tonn will take up his new position on January 1, 2017 to oversee business development of the 38 German branch offices in the European Logistics business line (overland transport and contract logistics for industrial goods). He will report to Michael Schilling, COO Road Logistics and Deputy Chairman of the Executive Board, who will continue to be responsible for this position in addition to his duties until the end of the year.
DACHSER has opened an office in Hanoi to meet demand for freight and logistics services in Vietnam’s fast growing export manufacturing sector.
Experienced logistics manager Jochen Müller (52) will soon be joining the DACHSER team. On January 1, 2018, he will take over from Thomas Reuter as Chief Operations Officer (COO) of the Air & Sea Logistics business field. The transition period, during which Müller will work on developing projects, will start on October 1 of this year. Thomas Reuter will remain on the Executive Board in his role as head of Air & Sea Logistics through the transition period until he retires on December 31, 2017.

Market Information

After Hanjin Shipping Co. Ltd. filed for court receivership this Wednesday August 31st., the situation about the handling of Hanjin containers is still mostly vague. Not only containers booked with Hanjin are affected; also containers that have been booked with other shipping lines and that are currently sailing on Hanjin owned or operated vessels are concerned.

DACHSER magazine

The new edition of the magazine is available now – you find it here! Read stories and articles about the DACHSER organisation around the world, customer cases and trends.