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Ahlers steps down from Buss

April 6 - Heinrich Ahlers has wrapped up his remaining responsibilities and retired from the Buss Group.

Ahlers relinquished his role as ceo of Buss Port Logistics to Marco Neelsen in October 2015.

Ahlers said that Neelsen has adapted quickly and efficiently to his new tasks and has been well received by the ports and logistics sector.

"Therefore, it is time for me to retire from the Buss Group. Those who know me will also know that I will stay connected to the ports and logistics industry," added Ahlers.

 

www.buss-ports.de

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