Crane Worldwide Logistics has commenced further development in the EMEA region with new members of the team on board to assist with forthcoming expansion plans
Crane Worldwide has enjoyed continuous organic growth since its inception in 2008 and despite economic uncertainty in the region, continues to add new business to its portfolio.
Janine Seemke has recently been appointed as Country Manager for Germany. Janine will direct the Central and Eastern European plans in the region. “We now have a presence in Frankfurt, Dusseldorf and Hamburg in Germany that will support growth in this area,’ remarked Gerard Ryan, Regional Vice President of EMEA for Crane Worldwide. “Janine’s multinational experience will greatly assist us in continuing our plans for further continental growth.’
The momentum for expansion has also been seen in the United Kingdom where Crane Worldwide has opened a new office in Manchester, adding to its current operations in London Heathrow, Aberdeen and Felixstowe. Rob Young, Director of UK and Ireland adds, “We have experienced a lot of interest from our customers to increase our presence in the North of England. We have recruited a new yet experienced team to join us there and are looking forward to providing our customers with first-class high-touch, high-value and high-service supply chain solutions.”
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