Airport operator, Fraport, has extended the contract of CEO, Dr Stefan Schulte for a further three years.
The move means that Schulte will remain in the hot-seat at Fraport until at least August 31, 2027.
“Stefan Schulte has forged a sustainable strategy, transforming Fraport into one of the world’s leading international airport operators,” noted Michael Boddenberg, the state of Hesse’s finance minister and Fraport AG’s supervisory board chairman.
“Fraport is successful and heading in the right direction. Despite the significant turbulence during the coronavirus pandemic, Dr Schulte has remained committed to important future-focused projects and has made significant progress with their implementation.”
One initiative launched under Schulte is Fraport’s commitment to operate carbon-free across the Group by no later than 2045.
In addition, significant infrastructure expansion projects are underway in Frankfurt, Lima, and Antalya.
“By keeping Stefan Schulte in the lead management role, we’re sending a clear signal about Fraport AG’s development going ahead,” added Boddenberg.
“We believe that Dr Schulte will set the right priorities for the future of the company and its employees, while further reducing the pandemic-induced high debt.
“We expect that he will make strategic adjustments where necessary and will conclude some major projects to drive growth. We’re confident that Dr Schulte will be able to call on his many years of experience to achieve these goals.
“On behalf of everyone on the supervisory board, I wish Stefan Schulte and the entire executive board every success as they continue their work.”
Dr Schulte, who completed qualifications in banking and economics with a doctorate degree, began his career at Fraport AG as the company’s chief financial officer.
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