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Noatum Logistics has appointed Ramon Gallen (pictured above) as its new managing director of Asia, replacing Marco Gaeta, who has been in the role for the last eight years.
Mr Gallen joined Noatum Logistics in December 2014 as deputy managing director, and on the Komet integration project in Turkey, as well as supporting the MIQ acquisition and integration in 2019.
Earlier this year, he was appointed global head of sea freight.
He will now be based in Hong Kong and “focused on consolidating Noatum Logistics’s presence in Asia”.
Sea freight forwarding veteran Daryl Ridgway (pictured below) has been appointed to replace Mr Gallen as global head of sea freight.
Mr Ridgway has over 30 years’ experience in logistics, specialising in ocean freight and supply chain. His most recent role was as global head of ocean freight for Panalpina, where he spent five years, and which followed 12 years at Kuehne and Nagel.
“His main goal will be to capture the synergies of the global procurement within the group as well as to develop the global sea freight product of Noatum,” the company said.