Dreher appoints new head of logistics


Milán Krunity took over as head of logistics at Dreher Breweries Zrt. at the end of last year, joining the company from road haulage and warehouse logistics provider Wabererʼs, Dreher told the Budapest Business Journal in a press release.

After graduating from Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Krunity immediately joined Wabererʼs, where he gained more than 15 years of professional experience in a wide range of complex logistics services.

He started his tenure at the company with the organization of beverage logistics, and then took over the management of the companyʼs whole FTL branch. Subsequently, he became a client manager and senior client manager, where his career already intertwined with Dreher, as he was responsible for customer relations and delivering products of the brewing company.

Afterwards, as a leader of Waberer’s haulage branch, Krunity was in charge of four divisions, and subsequently a completely new area, the companyʼs service development, came under his control.

"Iʼm looking forward to the new challenge of managing Dreherʼs logistical tasks with great pleasure and the same amount of excitement," said Krunity. "The FMCG area has always been close to me, and one of my long-standing desires is coming true by being able to utilize my theoretical experience gained at university and my practical experience from the complex logistics service sector at a 165-year-old company that has a special legacy."

The responsibilities of Krunity will cover the entire logistics of Dreher Breweries, the press release noted.


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