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DHL Supply Chain has appointed Oscar de Bok (pictured) as its new chief executive for mainland Europe, Middle East and Africa (MLEMEA), succeeding Paul Graham.
Deutsche Post-DHL said Mr Graham had left the company for personal reasons, but added that Mr de Bok would “continue to execute the strategy outlined by the business”reporting to DHL Supply Chain chief executive John Gilbert.
Mr Gilbert said: “With Oscar de Bok as chief executive for MLEMEA we appointed a seasoned leader with more than 25 years of global industry experience in logistics.
“I am convinced he is uniquely qualified to continue the next development phase of our change and growth journey in Europe, Middle East & Africa.”
Mr de Bok has worked for DHL since 1992 in management positions in sales, project management and operations in Europe and Asia. He was most recentlychief executive of Asia Pacific for DHL Supply Chain.
Before moving to Asia, he was managing director of the DHL Supply Chain business in the Nordic & Baltic region, as well as Italy.
A graduate of the State University of Groningen in the Netherlands, Mr de Bok holds a master’s degree in both business and private law.
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