UPS Appoints Regional Director

Appointments

UPS has appointed Daniela Constantinescu as the country director for its subsidiaries in Hungary, Greece, Romania, and Slovenia (HUGRROSI region). Constantinescu will be based in Budapest and will report to Kim Ruymbeke, president of the Eastern Europe Region at UPS. 

The new manager will be responsible for parcel operations in countries that are among the fastest-growing logistics markets in Europe. She will have the task of ensuring that the growing demand for e-commerce is met and that the countries under her leadership are better connected to other key export markets, both in Europe and worldwide. 

"Throughout my professional life, I have accepted many challenges in different positions, both inside and outside my workplace. I have worked hard to remain 'constructively dissatisfied' and never believe that I have achieved perfection in anything," Constantinescu says.

"I look forward to working to help businesses in these countries to better exploit the opportunities of international trade. Our smart, global logistics network means easier access to global markets and sustainable business growth, especially for small and medium-sized enterprises," she adds. 

The recently appointed director has more than 20 years of experience in finance and accounting. She started working for UPS in 2007 as head of finance and accounting for the company's Romanian subsidiary and later held several other management positions. She was also previously responsible for the company's financial operations in Hungary for one and a half years. 

Hungary and the region play an important role in UPS's intensive global growth strategy. The company has recently made several significant investments in its healthcare business in the country, offering faster delivery times and greater flexibility to its customers in existing and new healthcare markets. In addition, the company has renewed and expanded its UPS Premier service portfolio for the delivery of time-sensitive, high-value items in Hungary, which now offers three levels of flexibility to meet the needs of customers in different industries.  

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