CEVA appoints Carlos Velez Rodriguez as Managing Director Australia & New Zealand

Hoofddorp, the Netherlands 13 December, 2016 – CEVA Logistics, one of the world’s largest supply chain management companies has announced the appointment of Carlos Velez Rodriguez as Managing Director for its Australia & New Zealand cluster. Based in Melbourne, he will report to the company's Chief Executive Officer, Xavier Urbain.

Velez Rodriguez joins CEVA from FM Logistic where he was Group Managing Director Central Europe for the last decade and led a team of 5,000 individuals.  He has a proven track record in the logistics sector and has held a number of commercial roles at companies in Europe, the USA and Latin America. Born in Colombia, he is an Austrian citizen.

His appointment is effective immediately. Commenting on Velez Rodriguez's arrival, Xavier Urbain says: "I am delighted to have someone of Carlos’s caliber to lead our operations in Australia & New Zealand. His extensive industry knowledge, experience in leading large organizations and his collaborative style make him an excellent successor for this critical role in this important cluster."


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For and on behalf of CEVA Logistics:

Cathy Howe
Pilot Marketing
ch@pilotmarketing.co.uk
T: +44 (0)208 941 5381


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