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CEVA Logistics has appointed Christophe Poitrineau as executive vice president to head its Italy cluster.
Mr Poitrineau, who will be based in CEVA’s Milan facility, will report directly to CEO Xavier Urbain.
He comes from GEFCO Logistics, where most recently he was vice president Asia, after a six-year tenure as managing director of GEFCO Italia.
“As the logistics leader in Italy it is vital that we create future growth across all business lines to support our customers’ ambitions, whatever their size, and wherever they are in Italy,” said Mr Poitrineau. “My team’s multi-disciplined expertise will be crucial in creating new solutions for our customers, and I look forward working with them and starting on the task”.
Mr Urbain added: “I am delighted to have someone of Christophe’s caliber to lead our operations in Italy. His extensive industry knowledge, his experience in leading large organisations and his collaborative style make him the ideal choice for this critical role in one of our largest clusters”.
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