Skip to main content

New CIO at Hapag-Lloyd

Published by , Editor
Dry Bulk,


The Supervisory Board of Hapag-Lloyd AG appointed Donya-Florence Amer to the Executive Board. On 1 February 2022, she will join the company as Chief Information Officer (CIO).

Amer started her professional career in 1999 at IBM, where she held various management positions. She has played leadership roles at Bosch since 2017, initially as Executive Vice President and as a member of the CIO Management Board. Since 2020, she has been the CEO of Bosch Climate Solutions, of which she was a co-founder.

“By bringing Donya-Florence Amer on board, we have been able to secure for ourselves a highly qualified expert in the field of information technology and digital business modelling,” says Michael Behrendt, Chairman of the Supervisory Board of Hapag-Lloyd AG. “The Supervisory Board is firmly convinced that, with her extensive experience, she will provide us with invaluable support in the ongoing implementation of our digitisation strategy.”

A new IT portfolio on the Executive Board will be established. Thus, as CIO, Amer will be the fifth member of the Executive Board – alongside CEO Rolf Habben Jansen, CFO Mark Frese, COO Dr Maximilian Rothkopf and CPO Joachim Schlotfeldt.

In addition, Amer will be the first woman to serve on the company’s Executive Board in its then 175-year history.

Read the article online at: https://www.drybulkmagazine.com/dry-bulk/16112021/new-cio-at-hapag-lloyd/

You might also like

 EnviroTech

Ready to revolutionise the cement industry?

Join our sister publication, World Cement, in Lisbon, 10 – 13 March 2024, for their first in-person conference and exhibition: EnviroTech.

This exclusive knowledge and networking event will bring together cement producers, industry leaders, technical experts, analysts, and other stakeholders to discuss the latest technologies, processes, and policies being deployed at the forefront of the cement industry’s efforts to reduce its environmental footprint.

Get your early bird tickets NOW »

 

Handysize carrier Rubymar finally sinks

On 2 March the UK-owned bulk carrier, the Rubymar, finally floundered and sunk into the Red Sea after it was abandoned by its crew following a missile strike.

 
 

Embed article link: (copy the HTML code below):