On the move: Vadim Sidoruk, DHL Express Ukraine

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Oct. 4, 2012, 8:57 p.m. | Business — by Kyiv Post

Vadim Sidoruk, Country Manager of DHL Express Ukraine
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DHL, the world’s leading express company, has appointed Vadim Sidoruk as Country Manager of DHL Express Ukraine.

Vadim brings with him 20 years of experience and achievement in the express and logistics industry with DHL. As the Country Manager of DHL Express Ukraine, Vadim will be responsible for the strategic development of all facets of the company’s business in Ukraine.

Vadim has a strong track record across different commercial functions in DHL Express. In his most recent role as Commercial Manager of CIS and South Eastern Europe, Vadim oversaw the development and implementation of DHL’s commercial strategy.

He was instrumental in improving sales effectiveness and rolling out product, pricing and marketing programs. “I am excited about this new opportunity to lead DHL Express division in Ukraine,” said Vadim Sidoruk. “I have taken an active part in the development of DHL’s business in Ukraine from the early days of the company’s entry into Ukrainian market.

It was great to see how our buildings, vans, aircraft have grown in size and numbers. However, our key strength is the people who work for DHL. I am very privileged to work with teams of extremely experienced and dedicated international specialists.

My prime focus will be to ensure that we are all synchronized in our aspiration to be the Provider of Choice for our customers’.

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