Kijac lands SEKO Logistics sales role

SEKO Logistics has appointed Carol Kijac as chief sales officer as it looks push ahead with its global expansion.
Kijac will be responsible for global, local and strategic sales as well as marketing and sales training.  
Prior to taking up her new post with SEKO Logistics, she was the Principal of Peripheral Vision, providing sales and business process consulting for global service organisations.
She also spent over 17 years of her career with Expeditors, ultimately as vice president sales & marketing for the Americas region and before joining Expeditors she spent two years with UTi working in route development, regional sales and as a national accounts manager.
SEKO Logistics chief executive William Wascher said: “Carol will lead our client acquisition and development with the emphasis on building sustainable customer partnerships.
“She is highly respected in the industry and by customers for her ability to understand the complexities of the supply chain. She understands the language of the customer and will help us to further align SEKO and our great solutions to identify and deliver more value to our customers.”      
The company said Kijac’s appointment is timed to build on another strong year of growth for SEKO Logistics in 2015 with its revenues for the US, UK and China exceeding $525m.

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