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CEVA Logistics has merged its German, and eastern and central Europe clusters, and appointed Guillaume Sauzedde as its managing director.
Mr Sauzedde, currently director for eastern and central Europe, joined CEVA in October from Kuehne + Nagel, where he spent 10 years, latterly as managing director for Poland. He takes on CEVA’s expanded cluster on 30 November, and will report to chief executive Xavier Urbain.
“The aim is to accelerate growth in contract logistics, freight management air, ocean and ground,” the company said.
Current managing director of Germany, Christian Wurst, is leaving the company at the end of the month to take up a new role as Panalpina’s chief executive for Europe in February.
“I am delighted to announce this new role for Guillaume,” said Mr Urbain. “I would also like to thank Christian Wurst for his work during his time with CEVA. He hands over a well-positioned organisation ready for future growth.”
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