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12th May 2020

General Newsroom

Global logistics and technology business EV Cargo has strengthened its executive team with the appointment of three Executive Vice Presidents across business development, marketing and communications, and technology functions.

Previously a senior advisor at EV Cargo, Ross Eggleton becomes Executive Vice President business development, bringing an extensive range of FMCG, retail and consumer supply chain expertise.

Long-standing Palletforce directors Dave Holland and Dean Hughes have been appointed as Executive Vice Presidents of marketing and communications, and information technology respectively.

Holland has driven EV Cargo’s market presence, brand and communications while Hughes is responsible for pioneering many award-winning technology innovations, including harnessing AI for proprietary tools that optimise supply chains.

EV Cargo continues its culture of promotion from within the business, investing in new roles and expertise to strengthen its robust executive and management teams.

Heath Zarin, EV Cargo Chief Executive, said: “We welcome Ross, Dave and Dean to these newly-created Executive Vice President positions, strengthening our senior leadership team and positioning us to achieve our full potential across global markets.

“EV Cargo remains committed to the growth mindset and will continue to invest in our people. We actively promote a culture of career progression to ensure we have the best people to deliver integrated supply chain solutions for the world’s leading brands.”

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