Ole Trumpfheller appointed Vice President and Managing Director for Area North Europe Continent at Maersk

Effective 1st May 2024, logistics professional Ole Trumpfheller will assume the role of Vice President and Managing Director of Maersk’s North Europe Continent (NEC) Area, based in Hamburg.

Trumpfheller is joining A.P. Moller – Maersk from DB Schenker, where his most recent role was Head of Global Operations and Chief Operating Officer, Global Contract Logistics & Supply Chain. The NEC Area comprises of the DACH and Benelux countries as well as Poland and is one of the largest Areas by business volume within Maersk’s global organisation.

“It is a great pleasure to welcome Ole to Maersk and to our team. Ole brings with him vast experience across logistics and supply chain, as well as great knowledge of global customer management from his previous senior leadership roles”, says Aymeric Chandavoine, Executive Vice President and President Europe at A.P. Moller – Maersk.

Prior to DB Schenker, where he was also Executive Vice President, Contract Logistics & SCM for Germany and Switzerland, Ole Trumpfheller spent several years at DHL as Managing Director – Europe, Middle East, Africa and Managing Director – South Germany, Switzerland & Austria.

“I am very excited about my new journey with Maersk. What appealed to me specifically is the ambitious and exciting integrator strategy of Maersk, and I feel that my experience and knowledge will be put to good use in my new role, as we further explore the opportunities of integrated logistics solutions”, says Ole Trumpfheller.

Ole Trumpfheller is German and was born and raised in Hamburg. He holds an M.Sc. degree in Logistics & Supply Chain Management from Cranfield University in the UK and M.Sc. degree in Economics and Foreign Trade from University of Applied Sciences in Hamburg. In his new role with Maersk, Ole Trumpfheller will be based in Hamburg, where he has also been the guest lecturer at his alma mater, the University of Applied Sciences, hosting a seminar on International Supply Chain Concepts.

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