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Next step for Pek

October 28 - Rik Pek has been appointed managing director breakbulk terminals at Broekman Logistics, effective November 1, 2015.

Pek has served as general manager of Broekman Distriport since 2011. He first joined Broekman Logistics as a management trainee, and subsequently progressed to customer service manager, operations manager and general manager.
 
Raymond Riemen, ceo of Broekman Logistics, said: "Now it is time for the next step. As managing director of Breakbulk Terminals, Rik Pek is responsible for the companies Broekman Distriport and Broekman Project Services. I am convinced that Rik will continue to improve Breakbulk Terminals' position as a leading supply chain partner."

Rik Pek

www.broekmanlogistics.com

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