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Gustav Seeland names Evers

Gustav Seeland has appointed Johann Evers as managing director, joining Frank Beckedorf, who, as managing partner, will focus on company finance and management control.

Evers joined the company in 2012 and has been in charge of sales and marketing since 2014. 

As the company's second managing director he will be responsible for business operations, company development, and the challenges associated with digitalisation.

Based in Germany, Gustav Seeland provides heavy haulage and specialised transport, industrial installations, and warehousing for heavy cargo. 

www.seeland-hamburg.de

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