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News from w3logistics

New supervisory board

In June 2012, the annual general shareholders meeting elected a new supervisory board for w3logistics.

Chairman of the supervisory board is now Prof. Dr.-Ing. Joachim Schulte, vice chairman is Dipl.-Ing. Udo Salewski. Regrettably, Hans Georg Kusber, who had been leading the supervisory board for many years, did not renew his candidacy for chairman, but at least he will remain a member of the supervisory board.

Dr Joachim Schulte provides the bridge to research and teaching with his professorship for logistics management at the Westphalian University in Recklinghausen, and will supplement w3logistics' know-how in the logistics area perfectly.

In his position as chief of development, Udo Salewski has been assuring the quality of project organization for years.

The executive board wishes to thank the supervisory board for the good co-operation in the past, and looks forward to a successful future in a new constellation.


Further information on the supervisory board members is available here.

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