UK Network Manager Appointed
Uniserve are pleased to confirm another appointment in what has become an exciting week for the group. Rupert Kay has joined us as UK Transport Network Manager and will be working with our logistics teams to maximise the effectiveness of our distribution network.
Rupert has a wealth of experience within the UK transport and logistics sector, and joins us from UPS after a 20-year stint with them.
He will be reporting directly to our new Group Chief Operating Officer – Kim Overman – and both will be focusing heavily on reshaping our UK logistics operations over the coming months.
Group Managing Director – Iain Liddell – commented “We are very pleased that Rupert has joined us at such a perfect time and wish him every success.
His skills and experience should prove to be invaluable to both Kim and the whole group, as we look to make the necessary positive changes, through our structure and processes, to position ourselves for the global challenges ahead”
Uniserve Group are now operating over 600 fleet vehicles from 18 UK distribution points. For further information, or to find out more about our innovative supply chain solutions, please call 01708 259400 or email email@example.com.
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