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APPOINTMENTSNEWS ROUND-UP more news at www.heavyliftpfi.com NEWS in BRIEF


Nurminen Logistics rings board changes F


ollowing a warning about future profitability, Finland’s Nurminen Logistics is streamlining its organisation and making changes to the


Angela Titzrath


Titzrath to stay at HHLA Hamburger Hafen und Logistik AG (HHLA) has extended Angela Titzrath’s contract as chairwoman of the executive board from September 2019 to October 2024. Furthermore, the supervisory board has appointed Torben Seebold to the executive board of HHLA, effective April 2019. Seebold, who currently serves as head of the maritime section of ver.di united services union, succeeds Heinz Brandt, who announced his decision to leave HHLA in September 2018.


OIA appoints Lovetro Keith Lovetro has been appointed ceo at OIA Global, the Portland, USA- based supply chain management company. Lovetro has 35 years of experience in shipping, freight and transportation services and will assume overall responsibility for the financial performance of the company as it continues through a period of rapid growth, according to OIA.


Meriaura names two Meriaura Group has appointed Bengt- Erik Rosinas managing director and Ville Koskinenas managing director of VG-Shipping, its shipmanagement subsidiary. Koskinen has been working at VG-Shipping since 2003, most recently as the director of ship management. Rosin, previously vice managing director, joined Meriaura in 2014. He will be responsible for the chartering and operation of the Meriaura fleet. According to Meriaura, the company has made a mutual agreement with Elisa Mikkolainen for her to discontinue her duties as managing director.


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composition of its group management team. The company’s forwarding and terminal businesses in Finland are being consolidated under one business unit in order to improve cooperation between the two functions, and bring synergies between sales and operations, said Nurminen. Ari Penttinen, currently managing director of


NR Rail – a joint venture between Nurminen Logistics and RTK Rail Transports – has been nominated senior vice president and will be in charge of this business unit. Penttinen was former ceo at the Kiitosimeon


group. Risto Holopainen, previously in charge of


terminal business, reports to Penttinen and will focus on industrial customers and projects. In November 2018, Marko Tuunainen resigned


as ceo of Nurminen Logistics and the company said it would start the recruitment process for a new ceo immediately. Teppo Talvinko assumed the role of acting ceo, and Nurminen has revealed that he will continue as interim ceo/cfo. Mike Karjaginwill be in charge of the


company’s international rail services. The company also plans to recruit a sales and


Teppo Talvinko


marketing director, who will be tasked with gaining new customers and developing service concepts. Talvinko, Karjagin and Penttinen make up the


management team, with the support of Olli Pohjanvirta, chairman of the board.


Noatum makes trio of appointments


Óscar Magdalena has been appointed director of Noatum Terminal Castellón in Spain, after spending three years at the helm of Noatum Terminal Málaga. Magdalena has more than 25


years of experience in the port sector and is replacing Vicente Llorens,who has decided to retire after a career spanning more than 45 years. During his time at Noatum Terminal Málaga, Magdalena


was responsible for transforming the facility into a multipurpose terminal. César Cegarra will replace


Magdalena as director of Noatum Terminal Málaga. Cegarra was previously director of operations at the terminal and has over 30 years of experience in the port sector. Prior to joining Noatum, he


worked as director of operations at CSX World Terminal’s location in Puerto Cabello, Venezuela.


Meanwhile, Noatum


Logistics, a division of Noatum Maritime, has appointed Sergi Puig as director of its Barcelona office. Puig, who has more than 15


years of experience in the logistics sector, joined Noatum in April 2012 as industry development manager fashion and retail. He will report directly to Tony Tintoré, general director of Noatum Logistics in Spain.


Healy to lead Aqualis in new Perth office He will report to Phil Lenox,


Simon Healy has been appointed as general manager for Aqualis Offshore’s new office in Perth, Australia.


director – Asia Pacific at Aqualis Offshore Singapore. The office, which was


established in January 2019, will support oil and gas developments in the Australasia region.


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