Critchley retires from CEVA, new Asia-Pacific boss

Long-time logistics executive Howard Critchley to retire as the local chief of CEVA Logistics

Long-time logistics executive Howard Critchley is retiring as the local chief of CEVA Logistics.

The company has announced Brazilian CEVA boss Giuseppe De Vincenzo will succeed Critchley as Executive Vice President for the Australasian and South Pacific region.

Critchley departs after 14 years with the company, but will continue to consult on contract logistics in the region.

De Vincenzo will take up the position permanently on January 1 next year.

He has been with the company for seven years, working across the South American division.

"I am looking forward to driving the next stage of growth and realising the company’s ambitious business goals for our SOPAC operations through strong company performance," he says.

"This will involve further expanding and leveraging our unique range of supply chain service solutions to existing and new customers across the region."

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