Reporting to Chris Sturman, FSDF Chief Executive, Frank’s role is to bring new members to join the growing ranks of businesses enjoying the benefits of the industry’s leading trade association in the food logistics sector and to engage with existing members to ensure they obtain value from their membership. His role will cover the whole of the UK working from a base in the North West.
Frank has been involved in third-party logistics for 25 years with companies such as TNT, TDG, DFDS and Norbert Dentressangle, as well as being a freelance consultant and interim manager across many marketsectors. With an MBA and a Diploma in Marketing (CIM), he also brings a wealth of experience of B2B and B2C marketing and development as well as operational experience and will use these skills to the benefit of the FSDF and its members. He also enjoys a wide range of interests from football and rugby, through to an involvement in the rock music business and writing.
Chris Sturman is delighted to welcome Frank to the team. Mr Sturman commented: “I am very pleased that Frank has agreed to join us. His knowledge and experience of both business development and customer service in the logistics sector provides an ideal base from which to further develop membership of the FSDF, as well as supporting existing members though thesedifficult economic times. This is also a pivotal and exciting moment as Transfrigoroute UK merges into the Federation.”
Frank commented: “I am very pleased to have been asked to join the Federation. Having seen at first hand some of the work it is involved with I feel that I can add value to members, be they existing or new, and look forward to working with Chris, the FSDF Board and all its members.”
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