CEVA Logistics appoints Eddie Aston MD of UK, Ireland and Nordics

By James Henderson
CEVA Logistics, one of the world’s largest supply chain management companies, has appointed Eddie Aston to the position of Managing Director, UK, Irel...

CEVA Logistics, one of the world’s largest supply chain management companies, has appointed Eddie Aston to the position of Managing Director, UK, Ireland and Nordics (UKIN).

Aston joins CEVA from Northgate the commercial van hire and leasing organisation where he was UK Managing Director.

In his new role he brings extensive, international executive level experience in supply chain management, logistics and business-to-business service companies where he earned a reputation for delivering durable top and bottom line improvements across a number of vertical markets.

“Driving growth further is my key priority, and having been away from logistics for a few years I have watched the progress that CEVA has already made and it was top of the list of places I wanted to work,” said Aston.  

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“We now need to build on this tremendous success and press on with next phase of the UKIN cluster’s growth.

“The customers clearly recognise our professional end-to-end supply chain solutions and we need to continue delivering for them at the highest level.”

Aston will be based from the UKIN cluster’s head office at Ashby-de-la-Zouch in the Midlands and he succeeds Michael O’Donoghue who has been promoted to head of CEVA’s North America cluster.

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