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Ceva Logistics’ head of global freight management development, Gerard Ryan (pictured above), has left the CMA CGM-owned forwarder after two years to rejoin Crane Worldwide Logistics as president, global commercial.
Prior to joining Ceva, he spent over eight years in regional management roles at Crane, and played a key role in the creation and development of Crane Worldwide in the EMEA region.
Focusing on client development and new client acquisition, his new role there has been created to develop and nurture relationships with new and existing partners.
Keith Winters, chief executive, said: “Experienced supply chain professionals make all the difference in our partnership approach and we are delighted to welcome back Gerard Ryan. His knowledge and expertise, in addition to his talent to proactively identify and resolve challenges for clients, will add significant value.”
Crane Worldwide Logistics recently celebrated 12 years of operations and also recently appointed Brannon Kuykendall as chief information officer.