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syncreon appoints Chief Commercial Officer

syncreon, based out of Auburn Hills, Michigan, is proud to announce the appointment of Mr. Marc Boonen as Chief Commercial Officer as of November 2016. Mr. Boonen will be responsible for the strategy and evolution of the company’s business development efforts. He will lead the global sales team in pursuit of new customers and business for the company across its core Automotive and Technology portfolio, while remaining focused on the existing loyal customer base. Mr. Boonen will report to the CEO, Brian Enright, and joins the company to oversee the expansion of the sales team, which is integral to the new global growth strategy. Mr. Boonen is a highly accomplished global commercial leader. Prior to joining syncreon, Mr. Boonen was an international sales and business leader, for mechanical and mechatronic engineering serving automotive, aerospace and large mechanical industry companies. “The appointment of Marc Boonen is a great addition to the team for syncreon,” said Brian Enright, CEO. “We are very excited about the experience he brings in expanding and developing high performance sales organizations. His joining continues our momentum on aggressive growth over the next five years.”

About syncreon

syncreon is the leading specialized contract logistics company consistently recognized for its operational excellence, customer integration and creation of great opportunities for employees and stakeholder value. Headquartered in Auburn Hills, Michigan, syncreon Holdings Limited is a global provider of advanced supply chain services that can be tailored to create specific customized solutions for their customers. They offer a range of 3PL and 4PL services in an asset-light business model to provide specialized transportation, inbound, outbound, fulfillment, and aftermarket logistics services to Automotive and High Tech customers. syncreon operates in over 20 countries, with more than 100 facilities, and approximately 12,000 employees.

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