New COO for Geodis Wilson

Press Release
Thursday, January 03, 2013
Eric Martin-Neuville

Geodis Wilson is pleased to announce the appointment of Eric Martin-Neuville as the new Chief Operating Officer (COO) and Freight Board Member of Geodis Wilson with immediate effect.


Eric will be taking over responsibility from Fernando Gea who is retiring from his position as COO of Geodis Wilson. Eric Martin-Neuville joined the Geodis Group in 1985, and as well as holding the position of Managing Director, Geodis Wilson France, for many years, Eric has spent a considerable time working for the Group in Asia-Pacific. Prior to taking up the post of Deputy COO in July 2011, Eric worked as a consultant for the global NextGen implementation of Geodis Wilson. NextGen is Geodis Wilson’s new Transportation Management System, worth an investment of 20 million Euro.


”Combining the NextGen implementation with a continuous enhancement of our logistics services will enable us to meet our global growth objectives’’, states Eric Martin-Neuville. “Taking this position at a time when operational excellence is a key component of Geodis Wilson’s strategic plan is thrilling.”

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