Who’s on the move: May 14, 2024

by Inside Logistics Online Staff

Volvo Cars

Francesca Gamboni

The departure of Volvo‘s chief operating officer and deputy CEO, Javier Varela, has made room for management changes, including the appointment of Francesca Gamboni, as chief supply chain officer. Gamboni joined Volvo Cars in 2023, bringing with her over 25 years of manufacturing, supply chain and procurement experience, mainly in the automotive sector including previous roles at Stellantis, Bosch and Renault-Nissan.

DHL Supply Chain

Patrick Kelleher

Patrick Kelleher will assume the role of CEO of DHL Supply Chain North America effective July 1, 2024. Currently serving as global chief development officer, Kelleher will continue reporting directly to Oscar de Bok. With a tenure at DHL Group since 1992, he brings a wealth of experience from various management roles. Kelleher will succeed Scott Sureddin, who will retire from DHL Group on December 31, 2024, after over 20 years of dedicated service.

Markus Voss

Markus Voss is set to become the chief development officer of DHL Supply Chain on July 1, 2024, succeeding Kelleher. This change will result in a split of Voss’s previous role as the division’s global chief information officer and chief operations officer. Sally Miller, currently chief information officer for North America and global digital transformation officer, will assume the position of global chief information officer effective July 1, 2024. Miller joined the company in 2005, and has held various senior management positions throughout her tenure and will be part of the division’s Global Board of Management.

Sally Miller

In addition, Mauricio Barros, currently senior vice president of global operations for DHL Supply Chain, will be elevated to the role of global chief operations officer on July 1, 2024. Barros commenced his career with the Group in Brazil in 2002 and has since held numerous management roles across Latin America including president of DHL Supply Chain in Brazil. In his new role Barros will be part of the division’s Global Board of Management.