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DHL Supply Chain has appointed Dennis Lutwen president of its automotive sector in North America.
Mr Lutwen joined the contract logistics side of DHL in 2003 from Ernst & Young as a finance director, going on to hold several positions in the financial side of the supply chain business.
In 2012, he became vice president of operations before accepting this latest role.
Chief executive of DHL Supply Chain North America Scott Sureddin said Mr Lutwen would continue to play an integral role in the company’s growth.
“With his extensive expertise in the logistics and automotive industries, we can ensure our automotive customers receive the most innovative solutions that meet all of their supply chain needs,” he added.