Culina boosts commercial team

1 December 2010
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1 December 2010 | Angeline Albert

Culina Logistics has strengthened its commercial team with the appointment of David Plumley as supply chain development manager.

Plumley takes up the role at the food and drinks logistics firm following a 10-year tenure at Culina’s central operations division, where he worked with supply chain planning teams and regional depots.

In this latest post Plumley will be responsible for managing the company’s supply chain efficiencies for its clients.

Plumley said: “I am delighted to be joining the commercial team and meeting the challenges of my new role. The move comes at an extremely exciting time, with the company having secured – and retained – a number of contracts with leading brands, including Kraft, Milk Link and Wensleydale Creamery.

“Culina Logistics is highly respected for its excellent work in the food and drink logistics sector, and with retailers increasingly looking to achieve efficiencies within the supply chain. I am looking forward to contributing to the team and bringing hands-on experience built up over the past three decades.”

Plumley has 37 years of experience in the logistics industry.

Culina Logistics has a forecast turnover in excess of £200 million and employs 2,300 people nationally.

Calderbridge, Seascale
£52,518 - £64,233
London (Central), London (Greater)
£60k-£70k p.a. + Bonus (0-10%) + Pension (5%)
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