GEODIS appoints managing director Indonesia

GEGOIS has named Tomy Sofhian as its Indonesia managing director.

Sofhian, who has almost 20 years of experience working in the freight delivery sector, will report to Rene Bach-Larsen, sub-regional managing director ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations).

GEODIS said its professionals in Indonesia are “involved in supporting customers in the oil and gas industry by providing specialized logistics services” in the remote region in the vicinity of seaport city Balikpapan, East Kalimantan.

GEODIS operates a regular airfreight service to Balikpapan with connections from Singapore four times a week.

Commenting on the new appointment, Bach-Larsen said: “Sofhian joins GEODIS with a wealth of experience in the supply chain industry and at a key time during our expansion of operations in Indonesia.

“We continue to support healthcare and pharma Industries with our bonded warehouse equipped with cold chain facilities in Soewarna business park. Crucially, this facility enables us to manage and control pharmaceutical products from China and rest of Asia, which are being delivered to key facilities locally.

“Sofhian’s expert regional knowledge and commitment will help the further development of our team in Indonesia to meet in reaching our growth targets.”

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