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Dave Sanborn leaves his seat

Dave Sanborn leaves his seat
Global marine terminal operator DP World has appointed Matt Leech as the senior vice president and managing director for the company?s Americas Region.

Global marine terminal operator DP World has appointed Matt Leech as the senior vice president and managing director for the company"s Americas Region.

Global marine terminal operator DP World has appointed Matt Leech as the senior vice president and managing director for the company"s Americas Region. Leech was formerly senior vice president, business development, based in Dubai. He moves to Charlotte, North Carolina, taking over from Dave Sanborn, who is leaving DP World this month to pursue other career opportunities.

A series of other organisational changes were recently made as a result of the retirement of Jack Williams, senior vice president and managing director, Australia region, due at the end of August this year.

Senior vice president and managing director, Indian Subcontinent region, Ganesh Raj, is taking over Williams" role in Australia and will be based in Sydney.
Taking over his role this month, based in Mumbai, is Anil Singh, formerly senior vice president and managing director, Africa region.

Joost Kruijning, formerly chief operating officer, UAE region, becomes senior vice president and managing director, Africa region, effective September 1.

Mohammed Sharaf, CEO, DP World, said: ?We are committed to developing our people and ensuring they are well equipped to meet the current and future needs of our customers. These changes further enhance the depth and breadth of experience of our regional leadership team.?

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