- Raymond Riemen, Chief Executive Officer
He has been CEO of Broekman Logistics since 1999. He joined Broekman in 1995 as General Manager and Managing Director. Before Broekman he worked as a commercial manager for several logistics companies. In 2013 he was elected Port Personality of the Year for the Port of Rotterdam. Mr. Riemen is graduate in Port Technology of the University Zeeland.
- Diederik Günther, Chief Financial Officer
He joined Broekman as CFO in 2012. From 1987 to 2009 he worked as Vice President Finance for Unilever and Shell. He was Managing Director for Coolshield Europe between 2009 and 2012. Mr. Günther earned a Master’s degree in Economics at Groningen University.
- Albert Hoek, Managing Director Forwarding & Shipping
Mr. Hoek has been Managing Director of the Forwarding & Shipping Business Units since 2002. Between 1987 and 2002 he has been CEO of Over de Tjonger Group, Voigt and Tjonger Service. Since 2010 he is Executive Director of Multiport. He is past President of GLA Network and past-Chairman of Multiport Ships Agency Network. Mr. Hoek is a worldwide veteran in logistics and shipping.
- Willem Jan van Amersfoort, Managing Director Warehousing & Distibution
Willem Jan van Amersfoort has been working at Broekman Logistics since April 2016 and is operationally responsible for all warehouse locations. In December he was appointed Managing Director of Warehouse & Distribution, for which he also assumed commercial responsibility for the business unit. He has gained his logistics expertise and experience through his work for Van Gansewinkel, Geodis and Frans Maas (now DSV), among others.
- Rik Pek, Managing Director Breakbulk Terminals
From 1 November 2015, Mr. Pek will assume the position of Managing Director Breakbulk Terminals. Mr. Pek began his career at Broekman Logistics as a Management Trainee. From this programme he progressed subsequently to Customer Service Manager, Operations Manager and General Manager. Mr. Pek is a graduate in Business and Economics from the Erasmus University Rotterdam.