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INTTRA appoints Paul Mullins as Global Head of Sales

January 18, 2015

PARSIPPANY, NJ.–INTTRA, the world’s largest multi-carrier e-commerce network for ocean shipping, announced that Paul Mullins has joined the company as Senior Vice President, Global Sales effective immediately. Mullins brings his sales leadership experience in world-class global logistics services businesses, most recently as the Senior Vice President, Business Development of Agility, one of the world’s preeminent providers of integrated logistics.

“Paul’s strength in business and sales leadership, along with his deep expertise in supply chain and logistics, will help INTTRA accelerate our strategy to deliver transformative shipping solutions and data services to customers worldwide,” said John Fay, CEO of INTTRA. “With more than 25 years of experience at logistics and shipping companies, and a deep understanding of customer needs and challenges, Paul will be a valuable asset to the INTTRA leadership team and our customers.”

Mullins joined Agility in 2011, where he led efforts to sell and deliver supply chain solutions in some of the world’s most challenging environments. At Agility, Mullins was accountable for business development on a global level, implementing sales transformation strategies and overseeing worldwide customer development. Mullins also led the company’s sales segmentation strategy, aligning sales channels across the company and introducing productivity management best practices.

Prior to Agility, Mullins held a number of positions at DHL, another dominant global logistics provider.¬†As Senior Vice President of DHL’s technology sector division, he was responsible for managing the relationships of DHL’s top customers across all business units. He also served as the company’s Vice President, Multinational Customers, Europe, where Mullins had responsibility for DHL’s top 75 multinational accounts.

Mullins also held key senior leadership roles at Combined Logistics, BAX Global and Burlington Air Express. He received his degree from Elliott School in London.