Broekman Logistics has appointed Frenk Snoek (pictured) as general manager of Broekman Project Services, one of the terminal operations it runs at the port of Rotterdam in the Netherlands.
Broekman Project Services focuses on heavy lift operations and the handling and storage of complex and overweight cargo.
Snoek, who started in the new role at the beginning of January, was previously branch manager at Rotterdam, a position he held since joining the company in 2015. He replaces Jos Masselink, who has retired.
Prior to Broekman Logistics, Snoek was managing director of Snoek Services & Van Veelen Verpakkingen and held roles at Rhoon and IA4 Lashing Rotterdam.
“We are very pleased with Frenk as the new general manager for our terminal Broekman Project Services,” said Rik Pek, managing director of breakbulk terminals. “We are excited to see his broad network and experience in the breakbulk sector in action. His logistics service business experience will help us to fulfil our ambition in breakbulk and project cargo services.”
The breakbulk terminal at Rotterdam offers 60,000 sq.m of storage, of which 20,000 sq.m is indoors with an indoor lifting capacity of 700 tons. Broekman also provides transport of project cargo to and from the terminal, as well as support services.