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DHL Express Hungary welcomes new CEO

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Zoltán Bándli was appointed CEO of DHL Express Magyarország, effective from tomorrow, succeeding John Lucas, who will lead the South African unit of DHL, according to a press release issued today.

Bándli has worked in the logistics sector for 20 years, and in managerial positions for more than 15 years, the press statement noted. He joined DHL Express in 2009, with more than ten years of experience in the field of operation and commerce.  

While at DHL, he worked as corporate commercial and marketing director, and was also active in sales and company development. With his lead, DHL Express Magyarország has become one of the most dynamically growing companies in air cargo express services, the press statement said.

In his new position, Bándliʼs main task will be to further strengthen the company’s market position and realize its strategic plans. “I am enthusiastic about the new challenges my promotion is bringing,” Bándli said. “My aim is to contribute to the further dynamic growth of the company, in the name of innovation, centered around our clients,” he added.

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