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Terence Madl has become SEKO Logistics’ new vice-president of network development, tasked with nurturing the company’s presence in the US.
Based in Chicago, his role is to recruit strategic partners in new markets – either independent companies looking to join forces with SEKO or people that want to open a SEKO location in their local market.
CEO William Wascher said: “Terry will be responsible for helping us select partners who not only offer the best growth potential, but who will also provide the service quality our customers expect when they do business with SEKO.”
Prior to joining SEKO, Mr Madl spent 10 years at AIT Worldwide Logistics, six as director of corporate development. He also worked at Perimeter Global Logistics where he spearheaded domestic and international operations.
SEKO Logistics has offices in 40 countries and Mr Madl’s role will ensure that its growth ambitions are met.
“We are actively seeking new business partners to help us take SEKO to the next level, and Terry is the perfect fit to help us achieve our network recruitment goals,” Mr Wascher added. “We also see significant opportunities to achieve further growth with our existing strategic partners as we continue to develop the range of solutions we can offer.”