bpost appoints CEO for e-logistics operations in North America

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Henri de Romrée has been appointed CEO of bpost’s e-logistics operations in North America.

De Romrée will take up the position on March 7, 2022, and be accountable for Radial, Landmark Global, Apple Express and the logistics solutions company FDM. He will also report to the CEO of bpost group and become a member of the bpost group executive committee (GEC).

From 2018 to 2019, de Romrée was the company’s chief financial officer before heading up the mail and retail business in Belgium. He then moved to the North American operations and became CEO of Radial, the US subsidiary of bpost group, from 2019 to 2020. In December 2020, de Romrée left Radial for personal reasons and returned to Belgium.

Dirk Tirez, CEO of bpost group, said, “I am very pleased with Henri’s return to bpost group. We have started the transformation of bpost group into a fully fledged e-commerce company. As CEO for the North American operations, Henri will lead our strong growth ambitions and will scale Radial US and Canada both in size and in profit to maintain a leadership position in e-commerce logistics in North America. I have every confidence in Henri’s strong and sustained leadership, supported by Gary Crowe (chief financial officer) and Laura Ritchey (chief operating officer).”

De Romrée said, “I look forward to returning to bpost group and in particular to my colleagues in North America. I believe in the transformation of the bpost group and in the bright future for e-logistics North America. I know that together with Laura and Gary and the great team in the North American division, we will deliver on the group’s renewed ambitions in the region. I am grateful for this opportunity and for the confidence of the CEO and the board.”

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