Heinz Brandt, member of the executive board at Hamburger Hafen und Logistik AG, has informed the supervisory board that he will leave the company on March 31, 2019.
According to HHLA, Brandt is leaving on personal grounds. His term of office would otherwise have ended on December 31, 2021.
“On behalf of the entire supervisory board, I would like to thank Mr. Brandt for his work, which made a significant contribution toward the successful development of HHLA and the entire Port of Hamburg,” said Rüdiger Grube, chairman of the supervisory board at HHLA.
Brandt has been a member of the executive board since January 1, 2009. He took over the office of labour director in April 2009 and is also responsible for human resources, purchasing and materials management, occupational health and safety, legal compliance and insurance.
“I would like to thank Mr. Brandt for his collaborative work on the executive board,” said Angela Titzrath, chairwoman of the executive board at HHLA. “He played a major role in making HHLA an economically successful company and an attractive employer for all its staff members.”
The supervisory board will promptly fill the vacancy on the executive board, according to HHLA.