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Waberer's announces new CEO, management structure changes

Appointments

Logistics company Waberer's International announced the appointment of Zsolt Barna as chief executive officer.

He began working in his new position on September 1, taking the reins from Barna Erdélyi, who was elected as a member of the board of directors for the company in which role he will continue to actively participate in directing Waberer’s. His main task will be to keep on ensuring the firm’s continuous expansion and nursing its customer relations.

Prior to his recent appointment, Zsolt Barna gathered experience as the managing director of WSZL, Waberer’s Regional Contract Logistics Company (also known as Waberer’s-Szemerey Logistics Ltd.).

Waberer's says that the recent management structure changes are meant to support Waberer’s in becoming not only one of Europe’s leading transportation companies and Hungary’s market leader logistics company, but the dominant logistics service provider in the whole region as well.

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