The Association of European Vehicle Logistics elected its new Board on 24th May at its annual General Assembly in Madrid.
A record attendance of over 180 delegates unanimously (re)-elected the Board for a term of one year and welcomed four new board members.
President Wolfgang Göbel, Chief Sales Officer, Mosolf SE & Co. KG, has received a new mandate for a second two-year term. Mats Eriksson, CEO, Axess, stepped down as Vice-President but continues in the board for his tenth consecutive year.
Board members serve a one-year term at ECG and the following stood again and were duly re-elected: Marc Adriansens (ICO), Costantino Baldissara (Grimaldi Group), Michael Bünning (BLG Automobile Logistics), Krzysztof Dakowicz (Adampol), René Eisbrich (Lagermax), Ömer Gürsoy (Me-Par), Jon Kuiper (Koopman Logistics Group) and Christian Lang (DB Cargo Logistics).
Four board members stood down, Olivier Benguigui (STVA); Marcos Duato (Flota Suardiaz), Ray MacDowall (ECM Vehicle Delivery Services) and Agustin Fernandez, UECC Iberica.
Their positions have been filled by Bjorn Svenningsen, UECC who was elected as Vice-President for a term of two years, Jean-Michel Floret, Groupe CAT, Mark Hindley, BCA and Paul Steininger, Hödlmayr International AG. This brings the current total board up to 14 members.
Both Michael Bünning, BLG Automobile Logistics and Hervé Moulin, Renault Nissan Mitsubishi, were granted an Honorary Certificate in Automobile Logistics Management. This honour is awarded each year for outstanding achievement in the field of finished vehicle logistics.