Source: ICL Systems, 2021-05-25
ICL Systems, the leading provider of finished vehicle logistics software in North America, announces the hiring of Rudolf Luttmann as the new Managing Director for Europe, effective 1 June 2021.
Rudolf Luttmann has extensive experience in transport and logistics, both in Europe and internationally. Originally coming from ocean shipping, and having studied Logistics and Economics in Bremen, Germany. He started his career at Volkswagen Transport and has held several management positions in Germany, Brazil and North America. Luttmann returned to Wolfsburg, Germany and was responsible for planning and purchasing for global outbound logistics of VW Group. During this period, he successfully initiated several IT-projects with MIT in Boston. In 2002, Luttmann left VW and joined Mitsui O.S.K. Lines (MOL), Tokyo as General Manager Sales & Marketing for Europe and Africa. Three years later he took over the responsibility for all car carrier activities in Europe and Africa as Director of MOL London.
“We are thrilled to welcome Rudolf Luttmann to the ICL team. As the pandemic has further proven, I believe the time is ripe for advancing processes through digitalisation, and supply chain visibility is simply a key requirement of basically any distributor.” said Patrick Donahoe, CEO and Founder of ICL.
About ICL Systems
ICL sets the benchmark in cloud-based product supply chain visibility and invoice auditing solutions. Only ICL’s Vehicle Logistics Management System (VLMS) offers seamless integration with Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) and their logistics providers, for end to end visibility, from pre-production to dealer. Rubicon VLS, ICL’s 3PL/4PL subsidiary, provides the experienced logistics professionals and industry connections for full-service FVL network management. ICL Systems also offers a range of products for haulaway carriers, yard managers, and freight rail shippers, all designed with our core belief in the power of technology to drive efficiency in transportation and supply chain management.