Geodis Wilson Appoints Middle East Managing Director

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Tuesday, October 22, 2013
Sascha Geiken

Global freight management company, Geodis Wilson, said it plans to continue growing its Middle East network and has announced the appointment of Sascha Geiken as new Cluster Managing Director for the Middle East region.

Sascha Geiken joined Geodis Wilson in 2009 as Managing Director of Geodis Wilson United Arab Emirates. In his new position as Cluster Managing Director, he will be responsible UAE, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and Bahrain.

Sascha Geiken, who started his freight forwarding career in 1995, has many years of experience in the Middle East working for major logistics companies. Based now at Geodis Wilson’s regional headquarters in Jebel Ali/Dubai, he currently leads a team of more than 90 employees at the company’s offices in Dubai and Abu Dhabi.

In the Middle East, Geodis Wilson offers customers a range of freight/project management and logistics solutions, including various value added services such as customs clearance, warehousing, pick and pack services, LCL-FCL groupage container with redistribution to Gulf and East African countries, industrial project solutions and other services. The company runs its own freight network, including trucking services between the various countries and a 24-hour online customs service.

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