Koole Terminals has appointed Minoes Redert as its new Chief Financial Officer (CFO). Minoes will start in her new position on August 1, and she will take a seat on the management board of the Koole Terminals Group. Minoes is the successor of the current CFO, Beert Wassenaar, who has held this role since September 2016 and recently announced his departure from Koole Terminals as of August 1.
Minoes started her career at PWC, where she worked as an auditor for five years and graduated as a chartered accountant. She then worked as an operational auditor at the Dutch state lottery for two years and then held various finance and auditing positions at Shell for thirteen years. For the past three years, she has held the role of CFO at NAM.
CEO Koole Terminals: “Building further together.”
As of August 1, the management board of Koole Terminals is composed of John Kraakman (CEO), Juriaan Steenland (COO), and Minoes Redert (CFO). John is looking forward to a pleasant collaboration: “We welcome Minoes to our team and look forward to building together on Koole Terminals as a facilitator in the energy transition with our sustainable and integrated services in storage, processing, and logistics.”
Koole Terminals is a leading and independent storage, processing, and logistics company, enabling business growth through integrated and innovative service offerings for large-volume products. Driving the energy transition forward for a sustainable future by supporting its world-class customers. With 11 strategically located terminals in Europe and a total volume of 4,100,000 cbm, Koole reflects the diversity of its customers’ needs. From transporting, storing, blending, processing a wide range of products, to ensuring a low carbon footprint through focused energy efficiency. All these solutions are always provided in a safe, reliable, and sustainable manner.