Geodis Wilson Appoints New Global Director

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Thursday, April 03, 2014

Global freight management company Geodis Wilson has announced the appointment of Mark Ness as new Global Industry Director – FMCG (Fast Moving Consumer Goods).

Mark’s appointment reflects the importance to Geodis Wilson managing growth in the highly volatile FMCG – Retail vertical - a truly global market sector in constant flux, with ever greater product ranges, faster item turnovers, and an increasing demand for flexible, transparent and seamless supply chain management.

Ness has been more than 25 years in the logistics industry with a significant amount of time focused on the FMCG business. The majority of his career has been spent with logistics service providers but he was also employed for five years by Kellogg’s, where his understanding of the FMCG sector from the customer’s perspective was significantly enhanced.

Ness’s career to date spans a wide variety of roles and skills, both commercial and operational. He joins Geodis Wilson from DHL Supply Chain where he was Vice-President Development, Transformational Solutions from 2011. Before that he held positions in business development and account management at Wincanton (2006-2011), DHL Exel (2004-2006), Tibbett & Britten (1994-1998, 2004), and The Kellogg Company (1998-2003).

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