Seeking to further strengthen the management structure in support of future expansion, Johnathan Bulmer of Bulmers Logistics has announced a Board restructure, introducing a new senior management role to enhance the existing organisational structure, taking the company forward over the next five years.
The company has a policy of recruiting experienced transport professionals to facilitate growth, employing qualified senior transport personnel at all levels from administration through to the Board of Directors.
The new Board appointment of Graham Morgan as Operations Director allows Andy
Spence-Wolrich - previously Business Director for Haulage - to use his considerable commercial skills and experience in a new position as Commercial Director for the organisation. Finance Director, Nick Scott is taking additional responsibility for Project Management and IT development.
Graham Morgan joins Bulmers from the Stiller Group, where he was employed as UK Operations Director. In his new role as Operations Director for Bulmers, he assumes responsibility for all operational aspects of the business, working closely with Johnathan Bulmer and Andy as Commercial Director to achieve the companys ambitious growth and development plans.
Continued business success is all about managing change, commented Johnathan. The Board restructure allows me to focus on identifying and exploiting new avenues for growth, including evaluating strategic acquisitions where the opportunity arises.
Graham Morgan brings to Bulmers over two decades of experience in logistics management. My new role at Bulmers presents me with significant challenges and opportunities, he stated. I look forward to using my established skills to enhance the operational efficiency of the company in line with a structured development programme, focused on the logistics market.
Now recognised as one of the Norths leading logistic providers of container and trailer haulage, dry bulk and liquids, servicing all UK ports and railheads. Bulmers Logistics Ltd has realised significant growth in terms of turnover and reputation since 2000, and will be focusing on value added logistic contracts and services in the future. Key to the companys development plans is investment in people in terms of training and rewards, building a highly skilled and professional workforce meeting and exceeding the challenges of the future.