CEVA appoints Aymeric Chandavoine as chief operating officer freight management

CEVA Logistics has confirmed that Aymeric Chandavoine has become its chief operating officer freight management with immediate effect.

A member of the CEVA Executive Board, he reports to Nicolas Sartini, CEVA’s chief executive.

Chandavoine will be based at the new CEVA Logistics operations centre in Marseille, France.

He replaced Jérôme Lorrain, who was recently named managing director for North America.

Chandavoine joined CEVA Logistics in April 2010 as vice president, consumer & retail for Asia Pacific. He then took over the role of head of business development for Greater China, before becoming CEVA’s managing director for North Asia.

Then, in February 2018, he was appointed executive vice president global sales.

In that position, Sardini observed: “Aymeric was instrumental in successfully reinforcing CEVA’s sales organisation focusing on growing new large scale customers.

“His extensive knowledge, broad industry expertise, coupled with global business experience make him a particularly strong addition to the Executive Management” [team].

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