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Miguel Salas is CEVA's project cargo manager for Iberia

June 29 - CEVA Logistics has appointed Miguel Salas as freight management project cargo manager in Iberia

In this newly-created position, Salas will focus on the civil engineering and energy sectors, which have an increasing requirement for the movement of large and complex machinery. He will be in charge of controlling logistics for wind farms, desalination and water treatment plants, bio-fuel or bio-mass, as well as other energy sources.

Salas has extensive experience in logistics, especially in managing large-volume operations. During his career, he has worked for several shipping companies, such as MaritimeCompany 94 and Naviera del Odiel. More recently he was commercial director for FCL Iberia, an oceanfreight company, and held the position of big accounts and operations manager at Transcontinental Forwarding, a specialist in the development and execution of project cargo shipments and large turnkey projects around the world.

Giuseppe Chiellino, managing director of CEVA in Iberia, said: "Miguel's solid experience in large-volume logistics will provide CEVA with the expert knowledge needed in order to strengthen our offering in this area. The centralisation of large-scale operations in sectors such as energy and civil engineering will help us to further improve the management and efficiency of these strategic activities for our customers."

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