A new management team will soon oversee the operations of pharma and healthcare supply chain specialist, Movianto, according to parent company, Walden Group.
Walden completed its acquisition of Movianto in June 2020 (based on an enterprise value of $133 million USD). Integration across Europe was reported to be completed within months of closing the transaction.
The Walden Group, born from the merger of France-based business, EHDH (formerly Walden), and Movianto, has more than 5,000 employees spread over 625,000 square metres of warehouses located in 12 European countries.
Walden’s teams deliver nearly 500,000 packages a day with a quality it claims has made its reputation in a market where regulatory and health requirements make it one of the most specific to operate.
Walden Group Chair, Stéphane Baudry, said he is ready to take Movianto to the next level. He is handing over the role of CEO of Movianto to Thomas Creuzberger, who is currently Regional Vice President of Movianto.
With 30 years of experience in public health logistics, 27 of which were spent at Movianto, Thomas Creuzberger has developed considerable expertise in the field of European 3PL and 4PL logistics.
In his new role, he will be supported in the DACH region by Dennis Spamer, as Managing Director, who has also been with the company for several years. Dennis has more than 17 years of experience in healthcare transport and logistics in Germany and Switzerland.
Despite the pandemic, the Walden Group has been able to grow its business and presence by sustaining its investments across Europe and globally. There are many ambitious projects ahead for the group, which can count on an experienced team capable of meeting the demanding needs of the pharmaceutical industry and governments.
“I am proud to announce the appointments of Thomas and Dennis whom I trust, our collaboration with the Movianto teams over the last few months has been very positive and I am delighted to promote internally employees with great expertise,” said Baudry. “I wish them every success in their new roles.”