Geodis promotes Jordan to EVP and COO Americas

Geodis has promoted Anthony Jordan into the role of executive vice president (EVP) and chief operating officer (COO), Americas.

Jordan, who has worked at the company for 15 years and has 35 years of experience in the industry, previously held the position of senior vice president and head of market line operations, Americas.

His other former roles at Geodis include senior vice president of contract logistics operations, vice president of account management and director of customer care.

Prior to joining Geodis, Jordan held several senior positions at FedEx where he worked for 18 years.

In his new role, Jordan will be responsible for developing the strategic vision and providing operational leadership across Geodis Americas’ operations. He will also continue to develop strategies to further grow the company’s customer service.

Mike Honious, Geodis Americas’ president and chief executive, commented: “Throughout Jordan’s 15-year tenure at Geodis, he has proven himself as a true logistics professional who has played an instrumental role in supporting our company’s growth.

“Since his start at Geodis, Jordan has been an integral team member responsible for cultivating impactful customer relationships, and his experience and vision will be critical to the continued success of the company as we move into the future.”

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