Gian Paolo Gotelli to head up TX Logistik

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Rail logistics group TX Logistik has appointed Gian Paolo Gotelli as its new CEO.

TX Logistik, which was founded in 1999 as a private rail transport company, is today owned by Mercitalia Logistics S.p.A., which is itself a subsidiary of Ferrovie dello Stato Italiane. It has a European network with connections in 11 countries, subsidiaries in Switzerland, Austria, Denmark and Sweden, as well as local offices in Italy and the Netherlands.

Gian Paolo Gotelli has many years of experience in rail freight transport with the FS Group, for which he also worked in various CEO positions. His aim is to orientate TX Logistik even more strongly in the European context and to make the company a pillar of the international development of Mercitalia Group.

The board of TX Logistik now consists of (above, left to right) Albert Bastius (COO), Gian Paolo Gotelli (CEO) and Berit Börke (CSO).

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