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Kerry Logistics has appointed Claire Trench as its head of food and beverage.
Ms Trench joined Kerry in May and moves over from her posting as key accounts manager. Prior to that she spent more than 17 years at DHL, joining the Germany-based company in 2000 as an operator before being promoted to team leader in 2005.
Since that time, she held several roles, leaving DHL as its operations and customer service manager for the UK earlier this year.
Based at Kerry’s Glasgow office, Ms Trench will be responsible for supporting brands looking to export to the markets in greater China.
Sales director Emma Rowlands said Claire brings a “wealth of knowledge and expertise” to the role.
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