Weilmuenster is the head of global supply chain management at Frankfurt-based Merz Pharma GmbH & Co. KgaA and has overall responsibility for logistics planning and execution at the company.
Bahri CEO Abdullah Aldubaikhi (pictured above right) has been appointed to the board of directors of ITOPF, the world’s largest ship owner organization providing objective advice on effective response to spills of oil, chemicals and other substances in the marine environment.
Aldubaikhi represents the Middle East and North African region.
“As the leading global authority on preparedness and response to spills from ships, ITOPF has been at the forefront of providing sound technical advice to tank owners and operators from around the world for five decades,” Aldubaikhi said. “I am honored to join the esteemed organization and contribute to the organization’s efforts to offer critical guidance and support to industry players that would help reduce the sector’s impact on the environment.”
The nonprofit ITOPF was established in 1968, is headquartered in London and has 7,900 members operating 13,600 tankers, barges, LPG/LNG carriers, FPSO/FSUs or combination carriers totaling 429 million gross tonnage.