Sep 21st, 2020
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Dublin, Ireland, 26th August 2020. Bucking the current defensive trend during these challenging times, warehouse management technology specialist, Principal Logistics Technologies has made two key management appointments.

The company has hired Brian Connolly as Corporate Development Director. A fellow of the Association of Chartered Accountants Ireland, and with a business acquisition background, Connolly has been successful in growing business services organisations, enabling them to reach and serve an expanded customer base.

Additionally the company has hired Sharon Jennings as Chief Financial Officer. Jennings brings over ten years’ experience with a leading full-service distribution business and will also manage Principal Logistics Technologies’ business operations, supporting planned growth.

Peter Flanagan, founder and managing director, commented “We continue to experience strong organic growth despite the obvious Covid-19 challenges. Demand has never been greater for our technology and services which help 3PL warehouses, distributors, manufacturers and others in the supply chain optimise and manage their businesses to keep ahead of their competitors”.

Flanagan continued, “To leverage our experience and accelerate business growth, we plan to adopt a buy-and-build strategy. To head up this approach I’m delighted to welcome Brian who brings experience of multiple successful business acquisitions, and to Sharon, who brings the finance and 3PL sector project management experience we will need to support our planned business expansion”.


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