Paul Dyer (pictured) will take over from Perry Watts as CEO of DHL Supply Chain UK from the beginning of next year.
Dyer moves to the new role in January from his current position at DHL Supply Chain as president of global automotive and managing director at UKI Automotive and Europe. He has almost 25 years’ experience in the logistics industry.
At DHL Supply Chain, his work has included taking charge of the unit created when the company restructured its business at the beginning of 2012 and combined the automotive and industrial sectors across the EMEA region.
Watts is retiring from the Deutsche Post DHL Group after 21 years with the company. He was in his last role for eight years and appointed to the Supply Chain Global Board in 2014, where he was responsible for establishing and maintaining the company’s position as the UK’s largest logistics provider.
So far, DHL Supply Chain has not announced a replacement for Dyer as president of global automotive and managing director at UKI Automotive and Europe.