Tag: Jost Lammers

Jost Lammers to Head Munich Airport for Another Five Years

At its most recent meeting, the Munich Airport Supervisory Board renewed CEO Jost Lammers’ contract, which was set to expire at the end of 2024, for another five years. The Supervisory Board Chairman, State Minister Albert Füracker, acknowledged the 56-year-old CEO’s achievements and congratu...

The “evoBOT” on its first test run at Munich Airport

Autonomous vehicles and robots will have a major impact on the future of air freight in times of a shortage of skilled workers. Developed at the Fraunhofer Institute for Material Flow and Logistics IML, the evoBOT now offers a first taste of this. With its two wheels and gripper arms, the robo...

Transport logistic Southeast Asia bringing the global industry together

Messe München is hosting the first multimodal logistics trade fair in Singapore, the transport logistic and air cargo Southeast Asia. Running from November 1 to 3, 2023, the event will be the most influential meeting place for logistics, mobility, IT, and supply chain management in Southeast Asi...

DHL Express breaks ground for Munich gateway facility

DHL Express Germany marked the official start of construction for its new Munich Airport facility with a groundbreaking ceremony. The building, which is being built on parking lots P 80 and P 80 West, will boast a gross floor area of over 11,000 square meters. This will make the facility almos...

Munich Airport appoints Lammers as new president and CEO

Munich Airport has selected current Budapest Airport CEO Jost Lammers as the airport's next president and CEO to replace the retiring Michael Kerkloh. Lammers has been appointed for a five-year term effective as of 1 January, 2020. Kerkloh calls it a day aged 66 on 31 December, 2019 after leadi...

Budapest Airport to host TIACA’s Executive Summit and AGM

Budapest Airport (BUD) will host The International Air Cargo (TIACA)’s Executive Summit (ES) and Annual General Meeting from 20-22 November 2019. TIACA is working with EVA International Media, publisher of industry magazine Cargo Airports & Airline Services (CAAS) to organise ES, which brin...

Strong tonnage growth of 15% for Budapest Airport in 2018

Budapest Airport soared to a 15 per cent tonnage growth in 2018 as increasing connectivity and investment paid off. The Hungarian gateway handled 146,000 tonnes of cargo across the 12 months and looks set to continue to growing as it is developing a Cargo City. Budapest Airport chief executive off...

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