CEVA makes senior Aerospace appointment

18.05.2016 / 16:28

Hoofddorp, the Netherlands, 18 May 2016 – CEVA Logistics, one of the world’s leading supply chain management companies, has appointed Alain Souto to the position of Vice President Global Contract Logistics – Aerospace Sector Operations.  He will be based in Madrid, Spain reporting to Chief Operating Officer Contract Logistics, Brett Bissell.

Aerospace logistics is deeply embedded within CEVA's Freight Management and Contract Logistics operations. One of Souto’s first priorities will be to drive the standardization of CEVA’s existing Aerospace operations while also developing growth and improvement strategies for the sector.

Souto joins CEVA from Kuehne & Nagel where he was most recently Director of Industry and Aerospace Logistics.  Prior to that he held management positions at Christian Salvesen and Hays Logistics.

“With more than 20 years’ experience in the transport and logistics business, Alain brings a wealth of knowledge to CEVA and his new role. I look forward to working with him to further enhance our processes and performance levels for the standard and dedicated solutions we provide to our key Aerospace customers.  I warmly welcome him to the CEVA team,” says Brett Bissell.


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