Pamela Dennison and Charlene Quayle have been elected to chair and vice chair of the Freight Transport Association’s Freight Council in Northern Ireland.
Pamela Dennison of WS Dennison and national officer for the Chartered Institute of Transport & Logistics, said: “I am delighted to have been elected Chairwoman of FTA’s NI Regional Council, a position which brings with it a healthy degree of expectation that I am keen to meet. It is an honour to be the Chairwoman of a council which represents some of the most successful logistics companies in UK and Ireland, but it is not without its challenges; Brexit being the most prominent, and the problem of the border and its complex integrated Irish supply chain.
Charlene Quayle, group transport compliance supervisor at RiverRidge said: “I am honoured and excited to begin my two-year role as Vice-Chair of the NI Freight Council. As a council member for 11 years, I have witnessed first-hand the great things FTA can do on behalf of NI freight companies and am very excited to be an integral part of this process. I feel it is a positive step forward for the industry that two women hold the position of chair and vice-chair and I believe that myself and Pamela Denison will do our utmost to represent the NI needs and concerns”