NOSTA Group appoints new COO

International logistics company, NOSTA Group, is expanding its warehousing expertise through a new appointment.

Under the management and with the expertise of COO Contract Logistics, Cordula Brockmeyer, NOSTA Group will consolidate the existing expertise from different business units into a self-sufficient division.

Since November, Brockmeyer has been heading the business unit as COO Contract Logistics.

In her new position, Brockmeyer will be responsible for further developing and expanding contract logistics services at NOSTA.

“I am very happy about the challenge of developing the unit and helping to give NOSTA even more innovative strength,” Brockmeyer said.

“We see ourselves as a partner to our customers.

“Reliability, transparency and flexibility in our daily business are a self-evident part.”

Brockmeyer has previously held numerous positions in the logistics industry, working as a management consultant and for well-known logistics service providers inside and outside of Germany such as Arvato and Fiege.

“With her experience in operations, sales, quality management, customer implementation and strategy development, Cordula Brockmeyer has a particularly open view of the warehousing and contract logistics sector,” NOSTA said in a statement.

NOSTA explained that the contract logistics sector is not new to the company as it is already using more than 250,000 square metres of its own logistics place.

This could allow it to offer the complete package of contract logistics solutions ranging from goods receipt, warehousing, inventory management and picking to dispatch and returns management.

“Our solutions must be as flexible as the developments in the logistics world are agile,” NOSTA said.

“The appointment of Cordula Brockmeyer and the further development of our Contract Logistics division will give us new innovative strength, keep us fit for the future, and live up to our own claim to full service.”

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