Mark Hellman has assumed the position of CEO for the global partner network of Hellmann Worldwide Logistics.
The German logistics service provider has a global network with 106 partner companies that covers services along the entire supply chain in 162 countries.
Mark Hellmann succeeds Michael Claus, who has successfully built and expanded the network globally over the past 30 years and will retire at the end of the year.
As one of the co-founders of the Hellmann network, Mark Hellmann has long-standing personal relationships with many partners all over the world. He has been working for the group since 1980, currently as President & CEO East Asia. Mark Hellmann will retain this function and expand his commitment to the network as ‘CEO Global Network’. He will build on Michael Claus' long-term strategies and continue to develop the strength of the network alongside the basis of Hellmann owned entities around the world.
“We are delighted to have found in Mark Hellmann a committed successor for Michael Claus who is closely associated with the Hellmann family,” said Hellmann Worldwide Logistics CEO, Reiner Heiken.
“Mark Hellmann has been working for the Hellmann Group for over 30 years and, in addition to the successful establishment and expansion of Hellmann in Asia, has also strongly shaped the Hellmann partner network through his personal commitment.
“We would like to take this opportunity to thank Michael Claus once again for his extraordinary commitment over the past years. Since 1989 he has made a significant contribution to making the company internationally successful by building up the partner network,” he said.
(Image: Newly appointed Hellman Worldwide Logistics CEO Global Network, Mark Hellman.)