Carter joins CEVA in contract logistics role

CEVA Logistics has appointed of Terry Carter to the newly created position of senior vice president transportation for Contract Logistics.
Carter will be based in the US and report to Brett Bissell, chief operating officer for contract logistics.
In his new role, Carter is charged with driving operational and commercial best practices and standardisation across CEVA’s Contract Logistics transportation business worldwide.
His work will involve co-ordinating closely with the company’s global transportation group to ensure its work fits seamlessly together with the overall strategy. He will be responsible for defining, standardising and implementing it throughout CEVA and for any third party contractors working for the business.
Carter brings more than 25 years’ specialist experience in the logistics and transportation industry. This includes leading DHL’s US operations for five years and serving for more than twenty years at FedEx in several senior leadership positions. In addition, he has held senior posts at Brown Integrated Logistics, Graebel Van Lines, and World Wide Technology.
Said Bissell: "We are delighted to welcome someone of Terry’s calibre to our senior team. His knowledge and expertise will be paramount to further grow and develop our business with a focus on all elements of transportation.
"At the same time his contribution will enable us to share and implement best practices with our customers."
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