Friday, February 3, 2023

HD Group names new senior team to deliver growth strategy

A new senior team has been established at Doncaster-based HD Group with the objective of delivering its new proposition and growth strategy.

CEO Kerry Dusi has appointed Chris Pimperton as Head of Operations for the fulfilment division, Becky Stanewell as Head of Commercial Development for the Freight Forwarding Division, and Aiden Cook as Senior National Account Manager.

She said: “We have clear aims and objectives for the business, and it was necessary to strengthen our senior team to enable those objectives to be met in the time scale that we have agreed,” said Kerry. “Their experience in the delivery of objectives and goals will ensure that we continue to achieve our high service levels whilst integrating new clients into the business too.”

The business recently acquired a large warehouse facility in the Northwest which will allow it to bring warehouse and fulfilment operations in-house. This will allow the team to develop the businesses fulfilment proposition and give even greater control, better visibility and enhance the service the team gives to its clients.

“Being able to provide the full end-to-end supply chain solution including sea and air freight, general haulage, customs declaration and import documentation, warehousing and fulfilment and onward distribution and parcel delivery, will give us greater business dexterity and support to clients,” said Kerry. “They are a great team and I look forward to what we can achieve together.”

The HD Group is the preferred partner to many businesses due to its driven leadership team and experienced team who develop solutions in direct response to customer requirements.

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