Eberle joins Hellmann Worldwide’s executive board

By Rachelle Harry

Martin Eberle (left) succeeds Michael Noth as chief financial officer

Hellmann Worldwide Logistics has made changes to executive board.

Chief financial officer Michael Noth has decided to “take on new tasks outside the company” and will not to extend his contract when it expires this year.

Martin Eberle will succeed Noth as chief financial officer and a member of the executive board in spring, and will lead the board with chief executive Reiner Heiken.

Eberle began has more than 20 years of financial experience in the logistics industry. He has previously held senior financial management positions at Kuehne+Nagel in Europe, Asia and the Middle East. His most recent role was global head of accounting and controlling at the forwarding giant’s Schindellegi office.

Thomas Lieb, chair of Hellmann’s supervisory board, welcomes Eberle as to the executive board.

Lieb commented: “With his profound understanding of the industry and his many years of experience in finance and controlling, Eberle will play a key role in further expanding Hellmann’s global presence and market share.”

“We would like to thank Noth for his successful work on the executive board of Hellmann Worldwide Logistics and wish him all the best for the future.”

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