On the Move – 01 November 2007

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Tim Harms has been promoted to technical services director at automotive logistics specialist Walon UK. Dave Bowes rejoins Walon as director of the Distribution Division, having worked with the company for many years and been a part of the management buy out team in 1995.

Chris Airey is joining Home Delivery Network as IT director. Formerly group director of IT Systems for RR Donneley Global Document Solutions, he has also worked as head of Engagement, Strategy and Alliances for Vertex, and has held positions with Littlewoods, CIS and Ford.

Skills for Logistics has appointed Anthony Bellia regional manager for London. He joins the organisation from the Learning & Skills Council, where he was a skills advisor for the Train to Gain Brokerage service. Logistics in the capital employs more than 228,700 people spanning more than 28,100 companies.

Andrew Daly has been recruited as marketing director of Basingstoke-based Linde Material Handling.

Phil Dinning, managing director of Easilift Loading Systems has succeeded Ross Cargill as president of the Association of Loading and Elevating Equipment Manufacturers for the next two years. Cargill will take on the role of vice-president.

Schmitz Cargobull has created two new positions within its senior management team in the UK.The new roles of head of curtainsiders and head of reefers have been taken by David Pressley and Paul Avery respectively. They are based at Cargobull’s factory at Harelaw in County Durham.

TAL CPT Land Development Partnership has appointed Karen Campbell as chief executive and Angus Kennedy as construction director to drive and co-ordinate the £330 million development at Eurocentral.

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