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DHL Supply Chain unveils global leadership team changes

DHL Supply Chain has revealed strategic adjustments within its global leadership team. Through a partial restructuring of responsibilities and the introduction of fresh faces to the division's Global Board of Management, DHL Supply Chain is strategically aligning itself for future success.

"The global logistics landscape is shifting rapidly, with economic pressures and geopolitical complexities presenting new challenges and opportunities. These new board members through their diverse perspectives and proven leadership will strengthen our company's ability to streamline operations, explore new markets, implement innovative digitalization solutions and develop future-proof strategies for our continued success," stated Oscar de Bok, global CEO of DHL Supply Chain.

Effective from 1 July, Patrick Kelleher will step into the role of CEO of DHL Supply Chain North America. Currently serving as Global Chief Development Officer, Kelleher will maintain direct reporting to Oscar de Bok. With a tenure at DHL Group since 1992, he brings a wealth of experience from various management positions.

Kelleher will replace Scott Sureddin, who will retire from DHL Group on 31 December 2024, after more than 20 years of dedicated service. Sureddin leaves behind a legacy of substantial contributions to the division's culture and performance, not limited to North America alone. Under his guidance, the North American business witnessed significant expansion, doubling in size and setting a clear trajectory for future achievements.

In addition, Markus Voss is poised to assume the role of Chief Development Officer at DHL Supply Chain on 1 July 2024, succeeding Patrick Kelleher. Currently serving as the division's Global Chief Information Officer and Chief Operations Officer, Voss has played a crucial role in driving performance-oriented standardization and the implementation of cutting-edge technologies, automation solutions, and robotics. In his new position as Chief Development Officer, Voss will spearhead the evolution of the business unit, overseeing the teams responsible for Service Logistics, Solutions Design, and all strategic growth initiatives. Voss will maintain his position on DHL Supply Chain's Global Board of Management.

As a result of this change, Markus Voss's previous role will be divided. Sally Miller, who currently serves as Chief Information Officer for North America and Global Digital Transformation Officer, will take on the role of Global Chief Information Officer starting on 1 July 2024, reporting directly to Oscar de Bok. In her enhanced role, Miller will retain her current duties as Digital Transformation Officer. Having joined the company in 2005, Miller has held several senior management positions over the years and will be included in the division's Global Board of Management.

Furthermore, Mauricio Barros, presently serving as Senior Vice President of Global Operations for DHL Supply Chain, will be promoted to the position of Global Chief Operations Officer starting on 1 July 2024. He will report directly to Oscar de Bok in his new role, where he will be responsible for overseeing the division's global operations. Barros embarked on his career with the Group in Brazil in 2002 and has since held various management positions across Latin America, including serving as President of DHL Supply Chain in Brazil. As he steps into his new role, Barros will also become a member of the division's Global Board of Management.

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