HES International B.V. is pleased to announce that its Supervisory Board has appointed Mr Steven Lak as Supervisory Board member, in replacement of Mr JP. Peterson, effective 1 October 2019.
Mr Lak has a longstanding and extensive experience in the port sector. Previously, Mr Lak held Executive Board positions at the Port of Rotterdam Authority as well as at EMO, the largest dry bulk import terminal in North West Europe and now a subsidiary of HES International. Mr Lak is currently Chairman of Deltalinqs, which promotes common interests of over 95% of all logistic, ports and industrial enterprises in mainport Rotterdam. He also holds a number of other board positions.
Mr Peterson steps down as member of the Supervisory Board of HES International, effective per 1 October 2019. Mr Peterson has been instrumental in the development of HES International since 1997, initially as Chairman of the Supervisory Board of HES Beheer. Since 2012 he has held a position as member of the Supervisory Board of HES International. We sincerely thank him for his contribution over all these years and wish him and his family well for the future.
A full list of the Supervisory Board members of HES International is available on www.hesinternational.eu
About HES International
HES International, headquartered in Rotterdam, is a leading independent provider of logistical services in ports, specializing in the handling of dry and liquid bulks. HES International’s terminals hold a unique independent position in the bulk goods supply chain for a wide range of products and serve the heart of industrial Europe. The company’s focus is on growing its present portfolio of high quality dry and liquid bulk terminals by means of expansion of its already owned sites, greenfield development and acquisitions of operational terminals. Most of the group’s terminals have been active in the port industry for many decades, some for more than a century. HES International’s activities are concentrated primarily in the Netherlands, the UK, Germany, France, Belgium and Poland. For more information, please visit www.hesinternational.eu
Macquarie Infrastructure and Real Assets, via Macquarie European Infrastructure Fund 5, and West Street Infrastructure Partners III, managed by the Merchant Banking Division of Goldman Sachs, each indirectly control 50% of the shares of HES International B.V.
HES International, Esther Erkelens, +31 (0)10-7900700 of email@example.com