Third-party logistics (3PL) provider Kammac is strengthening its senior leadership team as the business continues to focus on growth, following its acquisition by the Elanders Group last year.

Announcing the strategy Kammac said that its newly developed senior leadership team, which is overseen by chief executive officer Ged Carabini, combines ”a strong mix of seasoned expertise, strategic transitions, and fresh perspectives.”

Kammac business executive director Simon Gallimore (pictured right) is a recent recruit to the team. He brings more than three decades of senior commercial leadership experience in global business development to the business and previously served as commercial director at Carlton Forest Group.

In his new role, Gallimore will play a pivotal role in supervising the development of new partnerships and strategic planning across Kammac’s full-service offering.

David Bailey (pictured left), a longstanding member of the Kammac team, has been appointed to the new position of chief strategy and technology officer.

Bailey, who was previously director of warehouse operations at Kammac, now has a brief to enhance network development, efficiency, service, and capability.

Kammac said Bailey’s transition underscores the company’s commitment to embracing digital transformation to meet the evolving needs of its clients.

In addition to its senior leadership changes, Marc Joyce joins Kammac’s wider team as its new business development manager, bringing over 15 years sales experience and an extensive network within the industry to his new post.

Formerly business development director at Carlton Forest Group, Joyce is tasked with driving the expansion of Kammac’s customer base and enhancing the support of the company’s portfolio of sites and services.

Commenting on the new line up, CEO Ged Carabini said; “Our business thrives on the talent and dedication of our people, and with the collective experience of our new senior leadership team, we’re set for an exciting journey of growth.”

He added: ”I am incredibly proud to be leading our new and expanded team at Kammac. Together, we are focused on driving innovation, delivering exceptional service, and achieving new heights of success in the 3PL landscape.”

Kammac was acquired by Swedish print, packaging and supply chain solutions provider Elanders in December last year in a £100m deal.

At the time of the acquisition Elanders said it had been attracted to Kammac’s rapid growth, averaging 20% a year, and its flexible warehouse offering, which includes services such as bonded warehouses and temperature-controlled environments. It also cited Kammac’s license to handle medical products, such as pharmaceuticals and their components, as another key factor in its decision to acquire the company.