John Brooks joins Isle of Man Post Office as head of logistics

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The Isle of Man Post Office (IOMPO) has appointed John Brooks as head of logistics to assist with the transformation of the organization from a letter-based business to a parcel delivery provider.

Having worked in a senior management level in the supply chain and logistics industry in both Europe and North America for more than a decade, Brooks possesses a wealth of experience across sectors including food, apparel and consumer goods.

On joining IOMPO, Brooks said, “I am thrilled to be a part of the team at IOMPO and add my voice to the business’ efforts to grow as a parcel delivery business to meet the changing needs of our customers. The opportunity to relocate to the Isle of Man and be part of a final-mile logistics business at a time when this sector is more important to everyday people is really exciting. We should not underestimate how more and more people are using e-commerce than ever before and how they send and receive their goods is important to them.”

Lisa Duckworth, chief operating officer of IOMPO, said, “I’m delighted to welcome John into our senior management team. He brings an extensive range of skills, experience and expertise to this role which I know the business will benefit immensely from. IOMPO has a clear mails strategy which takes us to 2025 which includes creating efficiencies by streamlining our operations, continuing to grow our parcels volumes and improving the experience we provide to our valued customers. John joining us at this time is a key component to our success in the delivery of this strategy.”

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