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XPO Logistics appoints Commercial Director for UK and Ireland

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XPO Logistics, provider of freight transportation services, has announced the appointment of Andrew Turner to lead the company's commercial organisation in the UK and Ireland.

In his new role, Andrew Turner reports to Dan Myers, managing director for the region.

Turner has more than 20 years of experience in transportation and logistics, including a decade of senior business development roles. Prior to his current position, he served as head of development for Wincanton plc and Yodel Delivery Network Ltd. He was instrumental in XPO's strategic expansion in the UK e-commerce and direct-to-consumer digital sectors. He holds a degree in business economics and European studies from Manchester Metropolitan University.

Dan Myers said, "Andrew is taking over the leadership of a highly successful team, where his strong industry background will drive our further development in multichannel distribution, retail replenishment, national transport management and final mile delivery. Andrew understands the importance of working in partnership with customers and delivering innovative solutions that support their needs over the long term."

XPO provides technology-enabled freight transportation solutions for customers across a range of supply chains in Europe, including food and beverage, e-commerce, industrial and consumer goods, as well as for the Tour de France and other world-class events. In 2021, XPO was named one of the World's Most Admired Companies by Fortune magazine for the fourth consecutive year.

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