Mr Franz Günter Wolf to leave the Supervisory Board
Hamburg, Germany. After 28 years, Mr Franz Günter Wolf will be leaving the Supervisory Board of Jungheinrich AG with effect from the end of the Annual General Meeting on 17 April 2018. Since Jungheinrich’s conversion into a stock corporation in 1990, Franz Günter Wolf has represented one of the company’s two shareholder families on the Supervisory Board. This makes him the longest serving Supervisory Board member. His successor is his son Andreas Wolf.
Jürgen Peddinghaus, Chairman of the Supervisory Board of Jungheinrich AG: “This move represents a significant change in the Jungheinrich Supervisory Board. Critical and analytical expertise, entrepreneurial flair, personal modesty, a focus on performance and a particular commitment to employee concerns are the traits that Mr Wolf is known for as a family entrepreneur. All of the members of the Supervisory Board would like to thank Mr Wolf for his long-standing cooperation in a relationship based on trust, and welcome his son as his successor.”
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Founded in 1953, Jungheinrich ranks among the world’s leading providers of intralogistics solutions. With a comprehensive portfolio of material handling equipment, logistics systems and services, Jungheinrich is able to offer customers tailor-made solutions for the greatest challenges posed by Industry 4.0. The Hamburg-based Group is represented worldwide in 39 countries with its own direct sales companies and in more than 80 other countries through partner companies. Jungheinrich employs more than 16,000 people worldwide and generated consolidated net sales of €3.4 billion in 2017. The Jungheinrich share is listed on the MDAX.