DACHSER Great Britain - the management

With the help of forward-thinking business concepts, DACHSER has, over the past decades, developed into one of the world’s leading logistics service providers. The company’s innovative power is based on the DACHSER Business Units, which form stable economic pillars and encompass the entire portfolio of logistics services, as well as the collaborative ethos of experienced executives.  

The executives share common basic values and goals and see it as their core mission to strengthen the group against future requirements and to drive the expansion of DACHSER. Their combined expertise and commitment to sustainable business practices guarantee the long-term profitability and future viability of DACHSER.

The structure of DACHSER’s Executive Board can be found on our corporate website.

Thomas Krüger - Managing Director Air & Sea Logistics EMEA

Thomas Krüger, born in 1964, has been with DACHSER since 2004 and has been the Managing Director of the Business Unit Air & Sea Logistics (ASL) EMEA since June 2016. These include Europe, the Middle East, Africa and, in particular, Germany and Western Europe, which he also serves as Regional Head. In this position, Thomas Krüger reports directly to Edoardo Podestá, Chief Operations Officer Air & Sea Logistics (COO Air & Sea Logistics). His tasks include being available as a direct counterpart to the country managers, stabilizing the results of the countries with them, developing development potential and coordinating the needs of the regions and countries with the Corporate Units. Furthermore, Thomas Krüger manages communication with the other Business Units APAC and AMERICAS.

Wolfgang Reinel - Managing Director European Logistics North Central Europe

Wolfgang Reinel, born in 1963, has been Managing Director of the Business Unit European Logistics North Central Europe (EL NCE) since 2014 and, as such, a member of the Road Logistics Management Board and the management board of DACHSER SE. Previously, he led DACHSER's global contract logistics and introduced the strategic planning (Balanced Scorecard / BSC) in the NCE countries. He is responsible for a total of 18 country organizations in his EL NCE business unit, which includes eight joint venture companies. He reports to Michael Schilling, Chief Operations Officer Road Logistics (COO Road Logistics). As Managing Director EL NCE, Wolfgang Reinel is responsible for the business development and implementation of the Road Logistics and Interlocking strategy - taking into account individual national (network) requirements.

Mark Rollinson - Managing Director UK

Born in London, UK in 1971, Mark began his career in logistics with Thomas Meadows followed by Management positions at DSV, Schenker and most recently Allport Cargo Services. During his 12 years with Schenker, Mark held a number of senior management roles and in 2010 was appointed to the UK Management board as Director for the business unit Land Transport. In 2015 Mark joined the Management Board at Allport Cargo Services as Group Operations Director. In this role Mark had executive responsibility for the Overland Division and the cross divisional functions of national distribution, container transport, intermodal, procurement and business process/quality.