Hansa Heavy Lift: Huge challenge with overcapacity in Asia

Hansa Heavy Lift CCO Joerg Roehl has moved to Singapore in order to focus completely on the Asian market. Asia represents a major challenge for the company, which points to tough conditions throughout 2015, he tells ShippingWatch.

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The Asian market is challenging for Hansa Heavy Lift, just as for the company's competitors, and this represents one of the reasons that the company in March decided to move Global CCO and Managing Director, Germany, Joerg Roehl from the carrier's headquarters in Hamburg to its office in Singapore to be closer to the Asian market

"We would like to make Asia stronger, and we decided to divide the world a bit more between senior executives. I still hold the same responsibilities as before, but I've moved to the Asia-Pacific region in order to get a more direct contact with the market and to be in the same timezone as our customers," says Joerg Roehl in an interview with ShippingWatch, adding:

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