Chief Operating Officer from APM Terminals Tangier, Rex Jackson, assumes the role of APM Terminals’ Head of Global Operations effective September 2022. The company also plans to accelerate the R&D activities by establishing an operations centre of excellence in Tangier, which will focus on continuous improvement, labour excellence, standardising IT processes and applications.
With this appointment, Rex Jackson takes on the role previously held by Henrik Kristensen, who has since then assumed the position of Managing Director of APM Terminals Port Elizabeth.
“With his first-hand experience in operations, Rex will build on our need and plan to standardise core operational processes and systems”, shares Jack Craig, APM Terminals Chief Operations Officer (ad interim). “In his new role, Rex will focus on building a global team that will help implement APMT’s operational approach across our portfolio of terminals. This will allow us to further develop the operations performance management system and create value through our global footprint – all with a strong focus on serving our customers’ needs.”
Rex Jackson will continue to be based in Tangier, where APM Terminals plans to accelerate their R&D activities by establishing a centre of excellence for its global operations, which will, among other things, focus on continuous improvement, labour excellence, standardising IT processes and applications.
“I am very excited about this new opportunity and I look forward to building a strong and passionate team, focused on delivering a great customer experience rooted in safe, innovative and reliable operations”, comments Rex Jackson.
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