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APM Terminals veteran executive Jonathan Graham (above) has been appointed MD of APM Terminals Liberia.
He replaces George Adjei, who has been appointed MD of APM Terminals Cotonou.
“Jonathan is no stranger to Africa and Liberia,” said David Skov, head of Africa and Middle East region at APM Terminals and chairman of APMT Liberia.
“As a former member of the board of directors of APM Terminals Liberia and with his strong experience in West Africa, Jonathan is well-positioned to head our terminal in Monrovia, as we grow and expand the service levels and investments in the Liberian supply chain sector.
“I would like to thank outgoing MD George Adjei for his great leadership and commitment to our team in Liberia and to our business,” Mr Skov added.
Mr Graham was most recently the shareholder representative in APMT’s joint-venture at the port of Tanjung Pelepas in Malaysia. Prior to that, he served, as head of finance for the Africa, Middle East & India and CFO/shareholder representative in another APMT JV, Meridian Port Services in Ghana.
“I am thrilled to be returning to Liberia in this exciting role, as we intensify our efforts to bring even better solutions to our customers and continuously work towards developing Monrovia into a world class state-of-the-art port. I look forward to working closely with our staff, our partners and all the stakeholders in the port logistics sector on achieving this goal together,” he said.