GreenCarrier Asia Names Chu Managing Director

Thursday, June 19, 2008

GreenCarrier Asia, part of the Björk.Eklund Group, has appointed Peter Chu as Managing Director. will take on the task of developing GreenCarrier’s operations in Greater China.
For much of his career has been involved with the Sweden-China trade and has considerable knowledge of both the Swedish market and its corporate culture. Formerly with Wilson Freight, he fulfilled roles as Sea Freight Manager, Assistant General Manager, Director and Deputy Managing Director before becoming Managing Director of TNT Freight Management. In 2006 he joined Baltrans Logistics HK Ltd as Managing Director of its North China operations, where he was also accountable for Hong Kong and Greater China exports to .

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