UPS veteran Wolfgang Flick was named to replace the retiring John Warrick as president of UPS Europe.
A native of Germany, Flick joined UPS in 1976 as a center supervisor in Giessen, Germany near Frankfurt. He played a key role in opening UPS's first air operation outside of the United States at the Cologne/Bonn airport in 1986.
Flick became district manager of UPS's European air and international operations in 1991 where he remained until 1995. After that, he spent three years working in the United States as manager of the Utah/Idaho District and then in 2001 accepted the position of managing director, UPS Germany, which is the company’s largest market outside of the United States.