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Two new for C.H. Robinson

April 20 - C.H. Robinson has opened new global forwarding offices in Antwerp and Ho Chi Minh City.

Erwin Dhaene, who was previously responsible for the company's ocean product developments in Europe, has been appointed manager of the Antwerp office, while the new Vietnamese office will be headed up by Roy Chau, who has served as sales and marketing manager at C.H. Robinson for six years.

Alongside the two new offices, two directors have also been appointed to C.H. Robinson's European corporate headquarters in Amsterdam.

Jesper Lund has been named sales director of Europe global forwarding, where he will lead the commercial activities of the global forwarding division within the region; and Eric Padmos has been appointed operations director of Europe global forwarding.

www.chrobinson.com

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