BAX Global Announces the Promotion of Bob Quirk to Expanded Regional Development Role in Asia Pacific

BAX Global PTE, Ltd., has announced the promotion of Bob Quirk to the position of director of Logistics Development for the Asia Pacific region. Since joining BAX four years ago, Quirk has been in charge of a number of supply chain management and transportation solutions for customers in the region .

SINGAPORE (PRWEB) September 4, 2004 -- BAX Global PTE, Ltd., has announced the promotion of Bob Quirk to the position of director of Logistics Development for the Asia Pacific region. Since joining BAX four years ago, Quirk has been in charge of a number of supply chain management and transportation solutions for customers in the region.

Quirk has more than 20 years of experience in developing, implementing and managing supply chain solutions for customers in various industry sectors, including aerospace, IT, manufacturing and retail.

He holds a bachelor of business degree in computing, and a master of science in logistics management and transport management.

Steve Dearnley, BAX Global’s president for the Asia-Pacific region, said, “Bob has made noteworthy contributions over the years to BAX’s business development in this fast-growing region. He will continue to play a pivotal role in BAX’s further expansion, especially as we meet the needs of a changing business environment throughout the Asia Pacific region.”

About BAX Global, Inc.
BAX Global, Inc., with worldwide headquarters in Irvine, Calif., is a US$2 billion supply chain management and transportation solutions company offering multi-modal logistics management for business-to-business shippers through a global network of over 500 offices in 133 countries. BAX specialises in managing the movement of heavyweight packages and cargo of all shapes and sizes. It offers specialty services for the aerospace, automotive, hi-tech, retail, and health care industries. A complete listing of BAX services is available on the Web at www.baxglobal.com

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