Alderman-Davis promoted at Ligentia

Lee Alderman-Davis has been promoted to global air director at UK-based supply chain management company Ligentia.
Three years ago, Ligentia made a significant investment in a 30,000 sq ft HM Customs approved ETSF warehouse at Heathrow airport.
Ligentia’s customers include leading UK retailers, global manufacturers and providers within the defence and mining sectors.
Alderman-Davis joined Ligentia in 2014 with over 20 years airfreight experience and was recruited to lead the UK air division.
Alderman-Davis said: “Our trusted partner ethos will be further strengthened by consolidating our air service proposition across existing and new regions. It’s exciting times for Ligentia and I look forward to seeing how the air division progresses in future years.”

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