The Supervisory Board of Hamburger Hafen und Logistik AG (HHLA) has appointed Heinz Brandt as a new member of the HHLA Executive Board effective 1 January 2009. Until now Works Director of Eurogate Group,
Brandt will take over from Rolf Fritsch as Executive Board member responsible for Human Resources on 01.04.2009.
Heinz Brandt will be a new member of HHLA’s Executive Board from 01.01.2009. The lawyer, now 54, will assume responsibility for Human Resources, Welfare and Buying from 01.04.2009. His predecessor Rolf
Frisch will leave the post on 31.03.2009.
“We are delighted that with Heinz Brandt we have been able to attract a proven expert for HHLA,” says Klaus-Dieter Peters, HHLA’s Executive Board Chairman. “Also including Dr. Sebastian Jurgens, who
will be taking over responsibility on the HHLA Executive Board for the Intermodal und Logistics segments from 01.01.2009, our team will be in splendid shape for future tasks.“
As Works Director of Eurogate Group and Chairman of the Social-Political Committee of the Zentralverband der Deutschen Seehafenbetriebe e.V. (ZDS) (Federation of German Seaport Operators), Heinz Brandt has gathered extensive experience of framing tariffs and working conditions in port and logistics companies.
Heinz Brandt (54) studied law, after his finals teaching employment law at Bremen University. In 1994 he joined Bremer Lagerhaus Gesellschaft (BLG), where he initially worked as a corporate lawyer, later as
Personnel Manager. He was a member of the Group Management Board from the time that Eurogate was set up in 1999.