MHC Mobility is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Roelof Hansman to the position of Managing Director for the Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) Region, effective September 4th. In this capacity, Mr. Hansman will spearhead operations across Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, and Hungary.
Mr. Hansman's distinguished academic credentials include a Master’s in Business Administration from the Rotterdam School of Management at the University of Rotterdam, the Netherlands. Professionally, his initiation into the corporate world began with Kraft Foods. His trajectory then led him to LeasePlan Corporation, where he served in varying roles and different markets, including his roles in the Corporate Strategy department, as Regional Finance Director for Northern Europe, and later as Finance Director for LeasePlan in Germany. His tenure at LeasePlan was further highlighted by his seven-year leadership as Managing Director for LeasePlan Hungary and an additional three years for LeasePlan Sweden.
In 2020, Mr. Hansman transitioned to Volvo Cars, bringing his expertise in fleet management to the Global Online Experience division, where he was contributing to building the first direct and online B2B sales channel for an OEM. Subsequently he was responsible for the fleet strategy team and the Global Major Accounts team.
Mr. Hansman's appointment to MHC Mobility underscores the company's commitment to leveraging global expertise for regional growth. His extensive experience across multiple European markets positions him uniquely to drive strategic initiatives for MHC Mobility in the CEE Region.
About MHC Mobility:
MHC MOBILITY in the Eastern and Central European region operates in Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia and Hungary. The company provides customers with comprehensive fleet solutions, taking care of safety, mobility, zero emission solutions and user satisfaction. As the only company in the industry in Central and Eastern Europe, MHC Mobility CEE offers the full range of vehicles: from passenger cars to tractor-trailers and semi-trailers, as well as the full range of low- and zero-emission vehicles. It provides long-term rentals, short- and medium-term rentals, leasebacks, sales of post-lease vehicles, optimization of traffic claims and fuel cards. The company provides top-notch services and presents a personalized approach to customers' needs.
MHC Mobility currently manages a fleet of around 12,500 vehicles in the Central and Eastern European region, and has offices in the capitals of all CEE countries, with nearly 200 employees.