Hansa Heavy sends COO to Asia-Pacific

In what is described as a strategic move, German Hansa Heavy Lift has relocated COO Joerg Roehl from Hamburg to Singapore, where he will head the carrier's Asia-Pacific business.

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German Hansa Heavy Lift has appointed a new Managing Director for the Asia-Pacific region. Joerg Roehl, part of the management team as COO, has moved from Hamburg to Singapore, where he will head the company's Asia-Pacific business. The carrier describes the appointment as a "strategic move" in a statement:

"The importance of the Asia Pacific region is increasing for us all of the time and we therefore decided to move Joerg Roehl to take personal charge of it,” says Roger Iliffe, Hansa Heavy Lift CEO, in the statement.

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