(L-R) Carlo Thelen, Director General of Luxembourg's Chamber of Commerce; Daniel Kohl, Newly Appointed Director of Cluster for Logistics Luxembourg; Malik Zeniti, Current Director of Cluster for Logistics Luxembourg; Credit: Luxembourg Chamber of Commerce

Luxembourg’s Chamber of Commerce has announced that Daniel Kohl will join the Cluster for Logistics Luxembourg Asbl (C4L) as director, succeeding Malik Zeniti in this position, from Sunday 1 October 2023.

For more than 20 years, Daniel Kohl has held various sales and business management positions within different transport and logistics groups, including Geis Group, Arthur Welter Transports, CFL multimodal, Panalpina (DSV) and Bolloré.

Since 2017, he has worked as country manager at Panalpina (now DSV), where he was responsible for development, management and sales, a role he currently fulfils at Geis in Luxembourg. His experience and expertise in air freight, the road transport sector and logistics will be a considerable asset in his new role, Luxembourg’s Chamber of Commerce noted.

Created under the leadership of Luxembourg's Chamber of Commerce and Luxembourg’s Ministry of the Economy in 2009, the C4L brings together the institutional players in charge of the development of the logistics sector and operators of different modes of transport and sectors of activity. It aims to support the development of the logistics sector, to coordinate a dozen annual events and to take part in various events, highlighting the advantages of members of the Luxembourg logistics hub. While preserving its neutrality, the C4L intentions to convey the points of view and concerns of its members to stimulate and strengthen operators’ competitiveness. The C4L also reportedly focuses on the sector’s ecological impact and its digitalisation.

The Board of Directors, chaired by Carlo Thelen, expressed their delight at the recruitment of Daniel and wished him every success in his new role. Furthermore, he expressed his deep gratitude to Malik Zeniti, who led the association for eight years and is preparing to retire on 1 January 2024.