SEKO Logistics appoints APAC president

Paul Good. Photo: Business Wire

SEKO Logistics has promoted Paul Good from managing director, Australia to Asia Pacific (APAC) president, effective immediately.

The global logistics and supply chain solutions company said Good will assume all regional leadership responsibilities in addition to maintaining his role as managing director, Australia.

In this dual capacity, he will split his time between his home base in Australia as well as Hong Kong and China to focus on strategy and stability for the region.

Good’s diverse international logistics background and experience acquired through his tenure at organisations like Agility and Kuehne+Nagel has enabled him to successfully navigate challenging market conditions and optimise operational workflows.

His expertise in P&L management resulted in revenue growth, improved profitability and financial stability across Australia and South Asia, said SEKO.

“I’m delighted to be taking on this new role and I look forward to working with the Asian country organizations to ensure SEKO remains a significant contributor and enabler to the broader SEKO network,” said Good.

James Gagne, SEKO president and chief executive, added: “Under Paul’s leadership, our APAC region will continue to treat challenges as opportunities, enhance optimization, to thrive and achieve new milestones.”

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