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Imperial Logistics recruits international human resources officer

October 23, 2019 Tim Wallace

Imperial Logistics has appointed Muazzez Anadolu Dindar as chief human resources officer of its international business. She will be based in Duisburg, Germany. Dindar will be responsible for all HR matters including personnel administration, recruitment, learning and development, and liaison with the works council. She will lead the ongoing development and implementation of the company’s HR strategy and corporate culture, and undertake the development and implementation of a new, unified personnel policy as well as continuing the move towards digital […]


FTA: ‘Bigger disruptors than Brexit are coming and you need to be ready…’

October 23, 2019 Tim Wallace

It’s fair to say FTA chief executive David Wells has got plenty on his plate right now. Not only is the logistics industry stuck squarely in the middle of Brexit, but a range of what he calls “other big disruptors” are making these increasingly challenging times for his members. However, as we sit down to talk, he quickly rejects the suggestion that the job he took on back in 2015 has turned into a bit of a headache. “It’s exciting,” […]


Lenders to Eddie Stobart Logistics draft in advisers ‘to negotiate potential debt restructuring’

October 11, 2019 Tim Wallace

Lenders to Eddie Stobart Logistics (ESL) are understood to have recruited advisers to help negotiate a potential financial restructuring of its £155m net debt position. Sky News claims lenders have called in Alverez & Marsal, a global professional services firm notable for its work in turnaround management and performance improvement for high-profile international businesses such as Lehman Brothers and Arthur Andersen. Lenders are demanding answers after ESL failed to publish half-year results amid ongoing investigations into accounting irregularities. The news […]