Tuesday 25th Oct 2016 - Logistics Manager

On the Move

Hans-Herbert Schultz has been appointed the new managing director of Jungheinrich UK, to be based in Milton Keynes.

Schultz has worked for the Jungheinrich Group for seven years, most recently as finance and after sales director in Germany. Schultz said: “Jungheinrich is one of the few lift truck manufacturers able to demonstrate profitable growth and continuous investment in new products and new customer facilities. I look forward to continuing the work started by my predecessor Mark Williamson and to further strengthen the strong market position of Jungheinrich in the UK.”

Neil Hodgson has been appointed business relationship manager for the southern and south west region by the Fortec Pallet Distribution Network. Hodgson joins Rugby-based Fortec from Target Express, where he spent 11 years in a number of senior management roles. He will report to Rod Abrahams, Fortec’s managing director.

Hodgson said: “I am delighted to be joining Rod and his team at such an exciting time in the development of Fortec, which celebrates its 10th anniversary in May.”

Ekow Fletcher, has been appointed as project manager for Transaid’s activities across West Africa, with responsibility for programme development in the region and live projects in Sierra Leone and Nigeria. Based in Accra, Ghana, his appointment follows nine years working for non-governmental organisations in Africa, most recently as partnership coordinator on the Western and Ashanti STI, an HIV/AIDS project implemented by Care International.

Philip Jordan, former managing director of Tachodisc, has been appointed to the new role of general manager – tachograph products for the FTA. He will spearhead the development and delivery of FTA tachograph services recently expanded to provide for the new digital tachograph market and report to the FTA director of audit services Alan Osborne.

Jordan holds an MBA from Strathclyde University and joins FTA following a career in sales and marketing including 16 years at Enichem UK and nine years as managing director of Tachodisc.

Osborne said: “We are very pleased that Philip has joined us complete with the wealth of experience and expertise in the tachograph scene gathered over his years at Tachodisc.”