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FORTHCOMING EVENTS


01-05/09 Project Cargo Nexus South East Asia – Jakarta 02-05/09


Breakbulk South America – Sãn Paulo www.projectcargonexus.net www.breakbulkevents.com


04-05/09 Heavy Transport & Lifting Masterclass Sao Paulo www.heavyliftspecialist.com 09-13/09


International Shipping Week – London www.londoninternationalshippingweek.com 10/09


New posts are created by Clipper and Thorco merger


Following the merger of Clipper Projects and Thorco Shipping to form one of the world’s largest multipurpose/ project shipping lines, the venture is trading under the Thorco Shipping brand name, headquartered in Copenhagen.


Effective July 1, 2013 Henrik


Ramskov (pictured above right) has become chief executive of


the new entity and Andreas Jørgensen, the former global head of operations at Clipper Projects, has taken over as global head of operations at Thorco Shipping. Krisitan Morch (pictured


above left) has joined the Thorco Shipping board, but will remain with Clipper Group as group chief executive, alongside Gary Vogel.


Marine Risk Forum 2013 London


11-12/09 Black Sea Ports and Shipping – Istanbul 24-26/09


Breakbulk Americas, New Orleans


16-18/10 Wind Heavy Lift, Transport & Logistics – London


16-19/10 FIATA World Congress - Singapore 18-21/09


Bauma Africa 2013 – Johannesburg


23-25/09 Engineering Procurement Construction (EPC) Senate – Bangkok


http://truinternationalevents.com/ENGR/EPC_BKK.pdf www.tradewindsevents.com www.transportevents.com www.breakbulkevents.com www.windliftevent.com www.fiata2013.org www.bauma-africa.com


GRUBER Logistics S.p.A. is a medium-sized, owner-managed globally operating logistics provider with more than 500 employees in over 21 own offices offering sophisticated and tailor-made transport solutions to its customers in its six core business units: Project Cargo, Heavy and special transports, Air- and Sea freight, Logistics Services, International Distribution and International Freight Management. We are looking for a…


BUSINESS UNIT MANAGER PROJECTS m/f located in Northern Germany


The future holder of this position is responsible for the further global set-up and development of all business activities including operations, sales and procurement within this core business area. The proper candidate (m/f) has extensive experience in project forwarding combined with an entrepreneurial, communicative personality and the eagerness and drive to build up new business.


GENERAL MANAGER CHINA m/f for a newly established branch located in Shanghai


The future incumbent is in charge of the further set-up and development of the business activities incl. project handling and sales together with the Chinese J V partner in the APAC and EMEA region. The proper candidate (m/f) has intensive professional experience in project forwarding as well as an excellent knowledge of the Chinese market combined with an open minded, communicative and entrepreneurial personality.


If you are interested in the position of the Business Unit Manager Project please send your full applica- tion via Mail to “Elmar Hertzog und Partner Management Consultants GmbH”, Mr. Andreas Polychronakos: a.polychronakos@hertzog.de, +49 40 789 192-77, Hamburg, GER. For the position of the General Manager China we kindly ask you to send your full application to Mrs. Doris Moos von Seiller: jobs@gruber-logistics.com


Gruber Logistics S.p.A. offers their employees an international environment and the ability to take an active part in the development of the company and its activities. www.heavyliftpfi.com July/August 2013 139


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