Two new executives appointed at B&H Worldwide
Oct 24, 2018: Aerospace logistics firm B&H Worldwide has appointed two new executives to shape the organisation's future growth.
Gary Wilson becomes managing director of the B&H Group. Wilson is a highly accomplished financial director with significant board level experience in driving efficiency and growth in international businesses. He has spent the last three years working closely with B&H’s Group CEO Stuart Allen on shaping the group's strategic development including current initiatives to increase the B&H presence and services in Europe ahead of Brexit, expansion of B&H’s hub in Miami and the further expansion of the company’s 24/7 Control Tower in Asia. He will continue to be based from the company’s London Heathrow headquarters.
And, Mark McKenna has been promoted to a new position, head of Global Operations & Quality. Previously, he has been responsible for leading the EMEA team and has been at the forefront of streamlining operational processes and interaction with key clients.
In his new role, he will take the global lead in standardising operations and service quality across the network, improving productivity and ensuring that B&H's service delivery remains best-in-class. He will also be based at Heathrow.
Stuart Allen said: “These two individuals lead by example within our organisation and their new and enhanced roles will ensure our continued growth is underpinned by both strategic and operational excellence worldwide.”
Allen continues in his role as Group CEO leading B&H Worldwide’s strategic development.
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