DPD Germany appoints Thomas Ohnhaus as COO

DPD Germany appoints Thomas Ohnhaus as COO

Thomas Ohnhaus is now COO.

Thomas Ohnhaus has been appointed as Chief Operating Officer (COO) of DPD Deutschland.

In a statement issued on its website yesterday (13 February), DPD said that Ohnhaus, who has already been closely involved in shaping the company’s development as Regional Managing Director South, will report to DPD Germany’s CEO Boris Winkelmann. Martin Klink, a newcomer to DPD, assumed the post of Chief Financial Officer (CFO) at the start of the year.

“Over many years Thomas Ohnhaus has built up a strong record in management at DPD, and he has a unique knowledge of the company’s operating processes and structures,” said DPD CEO Boris Winkelmann.

“I’m delighted that with his experience and drive he will help to make our company even more efficient and successful.”

The company also noted the “continuing harmonization” of DPD’s operating processes in Germany. In the course of 2017 all the company’s subsidiaries which are responsible for operations in Germany were merged within DPD Deutschland GmbH. This also includes the former franchisees DPD Systemlogistik and DPD Zeitfracht, enabling DPD for the first time to operate throughout Germany as a single company.


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