Hamburg, 6 May 2014 – Starting May 12, 2014 Dr.-Ing. Roland Pütz (47) will lead and further develop Hamburg logistics provider HOYER’s successful Chemilog business unit.
The Chemilog business unit provides individual transport and logistics solutions throughout Europe to customers from the chemical industry. “When it comes to transporting liquid goods, HOYER is already among the market leaders”, says Dr. Roland Pütz. “One of my goals will be to further develop this market position.
Before switching to HOYER, Dr. Pütz had since 2006 worked for the Imperial Shipping Group, which ships primarily dry goods such as ore and coal, chemical products and gas. His last job with the company was leading its fleet management. He was also a member of the management team of the Imperial Shipping Holding GmbH as well as managing director of the Imperial Shipping Services GmbH.
In his new position as Director of the Chemilog business unit, the 47 year-old will profit from his longstanding experience in the logistics business and his know-how in the transport of dangerous goods. These goods make up about 40 percent of the products transported by the Chemilog business unit. “Already, HOYER’s quality and safety standards are among the industry’s best and they are continuously being developed further”, says Dr. Pütz. “I very much look forward to taking on my new tasks and challenges at HOYER.”
About the HOYER Group:
HOYER is a traditional, independent family enterprise dating back to 1946 and has become one of the world’s leading bulk logistics providers, offering comprehensive expertise in complex services and maintaining characteristically close relations with its customers. In European and worldwide bulk logistics, comprehensive solutions are developed and implemented, especially for the chemical, food, gas and petroleum industries. 5,000 employees in over 80 countries help its customers to become even more successful in their respective markets, with the aid of sophisticated logistics solutions. HOYER operates more than 2,300 trucks, 3,000 trailers, 22,000 IBCs, 30,000 tank containers and numerous logistics sites with depots, washing facilities and workshops.
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