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Kerry Logistics appoints MD for Europe, Middle East and Africa

HONG KONG's Kerry Logistics Network Limited has appointed Martin Stoekenbroek as its new managing director for Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) with immediate effect

Kerry Logistics appoints MD for Europe, Middle East and Africa

HONG KONG's Kerry Logistics Network Limited has appointed Martin Stoekenbroek as its new managing director for Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) with immediate effect

19 May 2019 - 19:00

HONG KONG's Kerry Logistics Network Limited has appointed Martin Stoekenbroek as its new managing director for Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) with immediate effect.

Mr Stoekenbroek will based in Amsterdam and will lead the company's international freight forwarding business in the EMEA region and be in charge of its strategic development, focusing particularly on strengthening Kerry's foothold and business portfolio.



With over 30 years of extensive experience in the industry specialising in EMEA and global roles, Mr Stoekenbroek brings a wealth of supply chain knowledge, insights, and expertise to Kerry Logistics, the company said in a statement.



He was the senior vice president global air freight of Geodis prior to this appointment, and has previously worked for top industry players including Wilson Logistics and TNT Freight Management.



Mathieu Biron, managing director - global freight forwarding of Kerry Logistics, said: 'Martin possesses an in-depth knowledge of our business in the region and a thorough understanding of the changing conditions of our industry. He will be a vital part of our ongoing global expansion, providing visionary guidance as we realise our long-term strategy.'



Said Mr Stoekenbroek: 'Kerry Logistics has been going from strength to strength through its worldwide expansion. I am honoured to have the opportunity to apply my knowledge and experience to lead a strong team and help to propel the Group's further development in the EMEA region.'


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