ABP appoints its first-ever Chief Information Officer

Harm van Weezel

ABP has appointed Harm van Weezel as its first-ever Chief Information Officer, and he will  join the company on Monday 25th February.

Mr. van Weezel joins ABP from Welcome Break, the motorway service operator, where he has served as CIO since 2016 and having also held director-level IT roles at WPP Coretech, Mars and Tesco, since commencing his career at Accenture.

ABP Chief Executive Officer Henrik Pedersen said: “ABP is committed to making sure we continue to deliver the best possible service for our customers. Continuing to advance our IT capability, including customer-facing IT solutions, is a critical part of this. That’s why we’re so delighted to welcome Harm, who brings world-leading IT experience and expertise, to the UK’s leading port operator.”

Mr. van Weezel said: “ABP’s network of 21 ports are key gateways for Britain’s international trade. It’s fantastic to be joining a business that plays such an important role in supporting businesses across Britain, driving prosperity and keeping Britain trading.”