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deugro celebrates UK golden jubilee

The deugro Group's UK subsidiary is celebrating its 50th anniversary with the appointment of two senior members of staff and the relocation of its headquarters to a significantly larger office building.

Mark Riley has joined deugro UK Ltd as UK branch manager, while Michael Bryant has been recruited as UK sales manager. Riley joins deugro from OIA Global, where he was UK general manager. Bryant was previously at DB Schenker UK, where he was part of the business development, global projects team.

Tim Killen, executive vice president of deugro Group, said: "The 50th anniversary of our UK business comes as we are experiencing significant momentum in this challenging market environment. The move to larger premises is a signal of our continued investment in the development of the deugro Group and the expansion of our global sales and tendering team based out of the UK. We now have over 25 staff, all focused on delivering value through our core competence of project forwarding."

 

 

www.deugro.com

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