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Röhlig restructures executive board

Philip W. Herwig, managing partner and chief sales officer at Röhlig Logistics, has been elected as chairman of the company’s executive board.

Philip W. Herwig

Röhlig Logistics said it has restructured its executive board as it moves from being a country-driven into a product-driven organisation. Hylton Gray, ceo air, sea, contract and project logistics, has been named deputy chairman.

Herwig said that the company is now present in more than 30 countries. “In order to streamline our organisation further and to manage the ever-growing number of countries within our network, the board is working on establishing a regional management level globally, who would be reporting directly to the responsible board members,” he explained.

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