New CEO at DCT Gdansk

Tuesday, April 15, 2008

Wenzel brings to DCT Gdansk a wealth of port industry experience with a strong financial and business development bias. Educated in , Mr Wenzel spent his very early career in and before joining a leading Thai investment bank in 1995.

His introduction to the port industry came when, in 1999, he joined Eastern Sea Laem Chabang Container Terminal, one of several terminal operators in the new Thai , as General Manager. Successive promotions saw him appointed President and in 2002.

From Laem Chabang, he moved to International in 2003 and had key roles in the international expansion programme of including projects in , , and .  

This appointment comes at an important moment as DCT Gdansk grows and considers future expansion.

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