New Central Europe Country Cluster Manager at UPS


UPS has announced that Marcin Gołębiewski has been appointed head of the company's Central European Country Cluster, where he will be responsible for overseeing small package delivery operations, business development and strategic direction in this important and growing region for the company.

His area of operations includes Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Romania, Ukraine and Hungary. Based in Warsaw, he will report to Kim Ruymbeke, who has accepted the position of President of the newly formed Eastern EMEA region. 
"I am delighted to be returning to lead one of Europe's most vibrant regions. My goal is to help businesses of all sizes in the region to reach their customers with their products and to create new opportunities for them in local and international trade with my exceptional team," said Gołębiewski.
Together, UPS's Central European companies have more than 2,100 employees and modern logistics facilities. They are designed to support the Central European market. According to eCommerce Europe's latest report, the Czech Republic and Slovakia lead in the number of internet users buying goods and services online with 85% and 84% respectively. In Hungary and Poland, the figures are 78% and 73% respectively.
Previously, as CFO for Central Europe, Middle East, and Africa, Gołębiewski played a key role in driving UPS's commercial expansion and operational improvements to increase the company's competitiveness.
Originally from Poland, Marcin joined UPS in 2004 as an accounting associate. He subsequently held various finance roles in the region, Poland and Italy, before working as finance director for the Western and CEMEA regions.

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