Creseada announces change in stewardship

By: | at 08:40 AM | Maritime  

Creseada International Ltd, has appointed Mr. Jonas Nilsson, as Managing Director, as he takes over the helm from the founder, Mr. Mike Ayinde, who started the organisation 32 years ago.
Jonas’ career in logistics started in 1999 with UPS at West London Centre and after a year was promoted to lead Marketing Communications for UPS East Central Europe, Middle East and Africa District based in Sunbury on Thames. His international journey continued with Agility Logistics, as Sales & Marketing Director, Saudi Arabia; EIRAD (UPS), as General Manager, Saudi Arabia and Kuehne + Nagel, as Regional Business Solutions Manager, UAE; where he held commercial, operational and strategic assignments.

“Creseada took Jonas on board, 28th September 2013, in the role of General Manager, Nigeria, where his focus was restructuring the firm for sustainable growth”, said Chief Dele Arowolo, Executive Director. “In the last financial year, he significantly contributed to Creseada business development which recorded a remarkable year-on-year growth at a time of economic recession in Nigeria”.

Well versed in international trade, Jonas brings nearly two decades of industry experience to his new position as Managing Director. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Studies from West London University and is a Chartered Member of the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport.

Founded in 1985, Creseada International Ltd is an indigenous customs broker in Nigeria, freight forwarder and provider of specialized transportation and logistics services. Service offerings includes: Air Logistics, Sea Logistics, Project Logistics & Marine Services, Contract Logistics, Overland Logistics and International Moving Services delivering end-to-end solutions worldwide. Headquartered in Lagos, Nigeria, Creseada serves over 200 countries and territories worldwide.


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