Alexander Kohnen becomes the new MD Strategy & Sales at time:matters
August 22, 2017: Alexander Kohnen has been appointed the new managing director Strategy & Sales at time:matters Holding GmbH, effective November 15, 2017.
He succeeds Franz-Joseph Miller, who left the company of his own accord on July 1, 2017. Kohnen has held various management positions at Lufthansa Cargo since October 2000, most recently senior director Industry Development & Product Management and previously director Nordic & Baltic Countries.
“We are delighted to have Alexander Kohnen on board. He knows the industry inside out and has everything it takes to further establish time:matters as the leading specialist for sameday delivery and emergency logistics,” said Dr Alexis von Hoensbroech, Board Member Product & Sales at Lufthansa Cargo.
Lufthansa Cargo took complete ownership of the time:matters group, which specialises in global special speed and time-critical international spare part logistics, in August 2016. The cargo airline, which spun off time:matters as a subsidiary in 2002, had held a 49 percent share prior to that. Christian Mörtl, previously head of Aircraft Handling at Lufthansa Cargo, was appointed managing director Operations & Finance at time:matters Holding GmbH on August 1, 2016.
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