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Dinnadge joins CSS Group as vice president

March 18 - Dubai-based CSS Group (Consolidated Shipping Services Group) has appointed Kenneth A. Dinnadge, vice president business development. He will be responsible for the CSS Group's business development aspirations in the MENA and Sub-continent regio

The appointment comes as the group reveals new services related to the global shipping and logistics services for new and used construction machinery and equipment.

Dinnadge, who has lived and worked in the region since the 1970s, has joined the CSS Group from Barwil Unitor Ship Service, now known as Wilhelmsen Ship Service.

Dinnadge is an alumni member of the INSEAD Business School, Fontainbleu, France and holds an honours degree in business administration. He is married and has four children. He speaks Urdu, Arabic and French.

The shipping of all types of cargoes such as bulldozers, cranes, trucks plant equipment, project cargoes and other heavy industrial machinery requires a specialised freight and logistics service provider, considers the company. This is especially important in the Middle East region as infrastructure investment and developments continue to be high demand. 

CSS is one of the Middle East and the Subcontinent's largest asset-based logistics organisations and manages purchase orders, ensures vendor compliance and physically consolidates cargo and control bookings and shipments.

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