The Supervisory Board of BLG has reappointed Frank Dreeke as CEO of BREMER LAGERHAUS-GESELLSCHAFT -Aktiengesellschaft von 1877 -. The decision by the Supervisory Board to extend the contract by two years until the end of 2024 was unanimous.
“Frank Dreeke continues to steer the company successfully, also in these challenging times of change and the pandemic. In his role, he is not only increasing diversification in the divisions, but also in particular driving digitalization and climate protection. These issues are essential to our future,” says Dr. Klaus Meier, Chairman of the Supervisory Board of BREMER LAGERHAUS-GESELLSCHAFT –Aktiengesellschaft von 1877–.
“I'd like to thank the Board for their many years of trust in me. I'm looking forward to continuing to develop BLG as a resilient, flexible business in the coming years, together with a strong team.”
Frank Dreeke, born in 1959, draws on more than thirty years of experience in the port and logistics industry. After completing an apprenticeship as a shipping manager and studying Business Administration, he worked for various companies in the position of managing director or general manager. Frank Dreeke has been a member of the Board of Management of the BLG LOGISTICS GROUP since January 1, 2013. On June 1 of the same year, he took on the post of CEO.
With this reappointment, Dreeke's term of office is extended by a further two years until he reaches the regular retirement age for members of boards of management which BLG has adopted from the German Corporate Governance Code.