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Hector Midolo – new CEO Latin America for Bolloré Logistics

[ August 14, 2020   //   ]

Bolloré Logistics announces the appointment of Hector Midolo as CEO Latin America. Hector Midolo is an accomplished logistics executive with a career of increasing responsibility and a proven track record of over 30 years in the region. He has a well-developed, diverse background bringing a strong commercial acumen and operations optimization expertise that have been the foundations of his success in Latin America.
Bolloré Logistics is present in six countries in Latin America: Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Mexico and Uruguay. With over 260 employees and 21 offices across the continent, Bolloré Logistics offers a full range of logistics services including customs clearance in industry sectors such as retail, healthcare, aerospace, oil & gas, mining, high tech and more. The company is pursuing a strategy to significantly increase its presence in this important market.
“I’m delighted to welcome Hector to Bolloré Logistics Americas to take on this role – Latin America is a key region for our network and our clients. Hector is well versed in the various country nuances in the region and the challenges and opportunities they present. We are confident his knowledge and experience will be great assets to our organization and support the growth of the Latin America region,” said Yves Laforgue, CEO Bolloré Logistics Americas.
In his new role, Hector Midolo will be responsible for leading the activities and development of Bolloré Logistics in the region, strengthening the relationship with our agent partners and look for new opportunities for external growth.
“I feel honored taking this new and relevant position for the company and for the market. It is a privilege to lead the Bolloré Logistics team in Latin America. My role will be focused on development inside a region with an exceptional growth potential as well as strengthening the connections between this region to the rest of the Bolloré Logistics network,” Midolo pointed out.