Dr Ernst-Hermann Krog has retired from his position as head of brand logistics at Audi and been replaced by Dr Michael Hauf, who moves from his position as head of Plant Planning at the carmaker.
Krog has been with the VW Group since 1980 in a variety of roles including member of the supervisory board Volkswagen transport.
After graduating from the University of Göttingen, in 1976, he went on to lecture at the University, specializing in Economics and Computer Science and earning his PHD. Following this he spent more than a decade with Volkswagen, first as an analyst and finally as the executive director of Group Logistics. In this time he worked across a series of roles as a controller, logistics planning manager, materials procurement manager, technical and industrial operations planning manager. Since 2001, he was also executive director of Logistics at Audi.
Dr Hauf, who has been with Audi since 1984, has held a number of senior logistics roles, including head of Audi Logistics Planning before his previous position,
Ray Runza has left Honda as head of European Transport to join logistics provider Howard Tenens on a consultancy basis as development director. 
Runza, who has been with Honda in a variety of logistics roles since 1987, led the European Transport division for more than seven years and brings with him a wealth of experience from the European logistics arena.
In his new role at Howard Tenens he will concentrate on new business opportunities, procurement and the expansion of the customer and supplier relationships across the industry.
Runza will report to managing directors Ben and Dan Morris, who said in a joint statement. “Ray will be a tremendous asset to Howard Tenens. His experience, personality, work ethic and the high standards to which he operates provide an excellent match for the Howard Tenens culture and we are delighted he accepted our offer to join the senior management team.”