Tigers grrrrows its international sales team

Logistics firm Tigers has created a new dedicated international sales team to its global network as it continues to expand globally to meet an increase in customer demand.
The new team covers Asia-Pacific (APAC), South Africa, Europe, and North America, with the aim of growing the Tigers global footprint and serving the booming e-commerce market.
“Following the successful global expansion of Tigers and the launch of SmartHub:Connect in 2018, the new global sales team will raise the profile of Tigers on the international market as we continue to grow,” said Andrew Jillings, chief executive at Tigers.
“It is an exciting time for Tigers as we embrace disruptive digital technology in order to provide our customers with end-to-end visibility through customisable solutions.”
The team will be based at locations in Melbourne in Australia, Johannesburg in South Africa, Geneva in Switzerland, and Chicago in the US.
“The representatives are based in key locations across four continents, and as we continue to expand our e-commerce and digital technology platform, they will lead the strategic growth focus in this arena.” said Jillings.
Christian Bonnet, regional director for global sales, Tigers, is based in Geneva and is specialised in fashion and apparel, with a special interest in e-commerce.
Sean Gothe, general manager sales, is based in Johannesburg and will focus on growth in sub-Saharan Africa.
Paul Huang, regional sales director, APAC, is based in Melbourne and has extensive experience in international freight management and e-commerce having previously run Tigers’ China organisation.
Amber Braband, vice president, growth, is based in Chicago, and will focus on the Americas region.
Below, top to bottom:Sean Gothe, Paul Huang, Amber Braband and Christian Bonnet



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