Here writes: Erwin Langemann

langmann_erwinErwin Langmann is a risk management consultant with a focus on transport, logistics and supply chain management. Erwin Langmann began his career in 1982 with a well-known insurance broker. This was followed by the establishment and development of the transport division for the Gerling Group. In addition to the development of the division, he was mainly responsible for broker and customer support. Most recently, Langmann was the transport division manager for the Austrian branch of the ACE European Group, where he was primarily responsible for international business. He works as a business trainer in the fields of logistics and SCM and, together with management consultant Ernst Kurzmann, wrote the book “Supply Chain Management. How you survive with networked thinking in the 21st century ”written by FAZ-Verlag.






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