Since its foundation in 1871, Hellmann has developed into one of the largest international logistics providers. With our high-performance products Airfreight, Seafreight, Road & Rail, and Contract Logistics, we always offer the right solution for the complex logistics requirements of our customers and rely on future-oriented digital services for maximum transparency and more efficient supply chains.
Today, Hellmann Worldwide Logistics is represented by a Worldwide Network of 489 offices in 173 countries with more than 19,500 people. In 2020, the Hellmann Group with 263 offices in 56 countries achieved a turnover of around EUR 2.5 billion with 10,601 employees.
Hellmann remains a family business 150 years after its foundation. We are proud of that and that is why we are committed to what family means: integrity, understanding, trust, and cooperation. This is the basis of our corporate DNA. Our common goal is to ensure the long-term development of Hellmann so that the company can continue to offer many opportunities for future generations. In short: Hellmann means F.A.M.I.L.Y.
- April 2019 – today: Chief Information Officer (CIO) of Hellmann Worldwide Logistics
- October 2016 – March 2019: Head of Trade and Operations, Global Meat
- January 2013 – September 2016: Head of Global IT & Deputy CIO, Hellmann Worldwide Logistics
- January 2008 – December 2012: Program Manager, Hellmann Worldwide Logistics
- July 2005 – December 2007: Project Manager, Karmann
- October 2002–June 2005: Project Manager, Evonik
- May 1997 – September 2002: Manager & Project Manager, Hewlett-Packard
- 2014-2015 – WHU – Otto Beisheim School of Management, CIO Leadership Excellence Program
- 1993–1997 - Fachhochschule Münster, Master's degree Business Administration
- 1996-1996 – Hogeschool Alkmaar, Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA), Triple I Business Program