Hoofdorp, Netherlands 12 January, 2016 – CEVA Logistics, one of the world’s largest supply chain management companies has appointed Kamaljit (Kam) Hunjan to the position of Senior Vice President Global Healthcare Operations. He will be based from the company’s London Heathrow office and will report directly to Chief Operating Officer Contract Logistics, Brett Bissell.
Effective January 2016, Hunjan joins CEVA from General Electric Healthcare in the USA where he was most recently Global Logistics General Manager with responsibility for logistics strategy, fulfilment and operations improvement. He brings more than 26 years’ experience of the logistics industry to his new role where he will be responsible for driving operational excellence, process improvements and management of all healthcare operational matters.
“Keeping healthcare supply chains fit for the future and implementing our collaborative approach with customers is a key part of this growing vertical market for us,” states Brett Bissell. “We are delighted to have someone of Kam’s caliber joining CEVA’s contract logistics global leadership team to expand and develop the business”.
Prior to joining GE, Hunjan held several senior, global roles in the Oil & Gas sector and the automotive industry where he gained wide experience in supply chain planning, quality, manufacturing operations and business improvement & strategy.
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