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Cutillo heads up WCA Projects

November 13 - WCA Projects, the specialist project freight network of WCA Ltd, has appointed Bruce Cutillo as its new general manager.

WCA Projects was previously one of four speciality networks headed up by Brian Majerus, but its growing membership has enabled WCA Projects to employ a new manager and team of Bangkok-based staff.

Cutillo (pictured) brings a wealth of freight forwarding experience to his new position at WCA Projects, having previously held responsibility for WCA member services in the Asia Pacific region.  

Cutillo said that he plans to implement a member-driven agenda for WCA Projects, build on member-to-member cooperation and introduce new training programmes, value-added services and opportunities for the membership.

The WCA Projects network currently boasts 345 member offices in 186 cities and 87 countries around the world.

 

 

www.wcaprojects.com

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