Rudi Roex, CEO of Dutch logistics provider Ewals Cargo Care, is handing over responsibility for the role to Bram Ewals over the next few months, following a seven-year tenure.
Roex was appointed CEO back in 2003 by Henk Ewals who was owner of the company at the time.
“The past seven years have been a period with diverse market conditions, on which I look back with great satisfaction,” said Rudi Roex. “After being part of the organization for 21 years, my task as CEO has been completed. The Ewals group is ready for the new generation Ewals. The task that Henk Ewals gave me has been accomplished.”
Emergency logistics firm Evolution Time Critical has promoted Graham Little to the role of Senior Business Development Manager. Little, who has been with the company for three-and-a-half years, will assume responsibility for developing key accounts, assisting customers to identify supply chain weaknesses and “developing reliable and robust solutions”. 
"Graham's knowledge of automotive supply chains and quick thinking approach are an asset to our company," said Brad Brennan, managing director, Evolution Time Critical. "The experience he has gained working with customers around the world over the past few years stands him in good stead for his new position."
Land Rover’s managing director Phil Popham is moving to the role of Jaguar Land Rover's director of global sales and service operations at the beginning of December.
Popham, who has been with JLR for 20 years, will have management responsibility for the global sales and aftersales operations of both brands, overseeing the company's national and regional business units and the dealer network worldwide.
John Edwards will assume global responsibility for Land Rover as the SUV maker's global brand director. Edwards is currently managing director for Land Rover in the UK and Central Europe.
Both will report directly to Dr Ralf Speth, CEO, Jaguar Land Rover.
The company announced at the end of last week that it was revising its plans to consolidate manufacturing operations in the UK. The company will now retain three plants in the UK – at Castle Bromwich, Solihull and Halewood – building Jaguar and Land Rover vehicles.