Photographic Service Provider Cewe

A power struggle has been going on at the Oldenburg photo service provider for a long time.


(Photo: dpa)

dusseldorf Rolf Hollander enjoys legendary status at Cewe. For 15 years he was director of the service provider known for his photo books and until recently was chairman of the influential Cewe Foundation Board of Trustees. He is no longer allowed to cross the gate without permission. Hollander has to report to the reception in Oldenburg if he wants to go to “his” company. The details are regulated by a New Year’s morning work instruction.

All employees are required to “no longer allow Hollander access to Cewe Group resources,” it says. The 71-year-old man was “excluded from any internal reporting process.” In addition, Hollander “would only be allowed access to all Cewe Group business premises, premises, etc. after consultation with the Board of Directors.”

In Oldenburg this is like a revolution. For the squad, Hollander and Cewe can hardly be mentally separated. Even years after he stepped down as CEO, the tall man was seen walking the halls and offices of the factory over and over again.

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