Yodel appoints head of sort and head of transport

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Parcel carrier company Yodel has appointed Steve Byrne as head of sort and Stuart Craig as head of transport. These appointments are expected to support further operational development across the business.

With over 35 years’ experience in the handling and sortation of parcels across the logistics industry, Byrne will oversee the company’s parcel processing operations. Having previously held senior positions at the likes of Royal Mail and Hermes, Byrne has a strong background in implementing the use of technology and innovation to meet fast-changing consumer needs.

Craig has been appointed as head of transport and will oversee the company’s delivery operations. Craig has over 20 years’ experience in fleet and operations management, having previously spent 10 years in leadership roles at DPD, as well as eight years as national transport and operations manager at World Fuel Services (WFS).

Carl Moore, COO of Yodel, said, “The last two years have seen the substantial growth of our business across the board and the pandemic has undoubtedly accelerated the trend towards online shopping, which has proven that it’s here to stay.

“While we continue to invest heavily in new technology and innovation to handle increased demand, these appointments also reinforce our commitment to investing in our people and bringing in those that will help us take our business to the next level.”

Stuart Craig – head of transport

Steve Byrne – head of sort






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