Pallet-Track has appointed parcels expert Stuart Godman (pictured) as its new chief executive, bringing with him more than 30 years of logistics sector knowledge.
Godman replaces Caroline Green who is stepping down after two and a half years in the role.
Pallet-Track said his primary focus will be to deliver growth for the network as it enters its 20th year in business.
Godman said: “I am delighted to have joined Pallet-Track to lead the business into a new era of growth.
“The company is already a renowned name in the sector, but we have further ambitions to grow the brand, adopt new technologies and increase service levels for our valued shareholder member network.”
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Godman has previously held senior positions at Absolutely, Connect Group, DX Group, Target Express and TNT Express.
Pallet-Track chairman Tony Rieger said: “We are very pleased to announce the appointment of Stuart Godman to the role of CEO and with his extensive background in the logistics and transport industry, and with sustainability and technology high on customers agenda, his experience and knowledge in these areas will be invaluable as we continue to future-proof the business.
“We would like to thank Caroline for all her achievements especially steering the network through some challenging times during the Covid-impacted period, and we wish her all the best in her future endeavours.
“During her tenure at Pallet-Track, Caroline has made a significant contribution to improving the network and leaves the business in a much stronger place to continue its growth journey,” Rieger added.