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Hinrichs joins Combi Lift

Combi Lift has appointed Holger Hinrichs as managing director, joining Heiko Felderhoff in leading the Bremen-headquartered heavy lift shipping line.

Hinrichs has more than 20 years of experience in the project forwarding and shipping industry. Prior to joining Combi Lift, he served as corporate vice president of the breakbulk and heavy lift chartering division, as well as vice president at d.ship Carriers, part of the deugro Group.

The appointment reaffirms Combi Lift’s focus on demanding transport solutions. “Combi Lift will increasingly focus on demanding logistics challenges beyond the day-to-day business – just like the Gazprom Amur gas processing plant project in Russia,” explained Hinrichs. “We are the new one-stop shop for all kinds of heavy lift transport solutions, particularly door-to-door and multimodal concepts – from the factory to the building side.”

According to Combi Lift, part of the Harren & Partner Group, it will also open an office in Moscow by the end of the year.

www.combi-lift.net

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