DeliveryApp has set the wheels in motion to its regional roll out strategy, with five new business development managers joining the team to accelerate the platform’s presence in the South West, South Wales, East Midlands, Scotland and North West.
Innovative tech-platform disrupting the logistics industry, DeliveryApp has seen considerable growth throughout the last six months as the platform continues to roll out across the country and grows its user base and driver network.
Travis Aitken joins DeliveryApp with 15 years’ sales and logistics experience having previously worked for the likes of XPO logistics, DPD, DX Express and DHL. Travis will be tasked with growing the platform’s customer account base in the East Midlands.
Building DeliveryApp’s presence in the South West and South Wales, Jonathan Perry joins the business with a wealth of experience in logistics and freight including working for MCL Logistics, DX Freight and Tuffnells Parcels.
Adam Wilson and Shane Wrench join the business to grow its customer base in the North West of England. Wilson has extensive experience in logistics previously holding roles with Global Service Group and Quickline Couriers whilst Wrench brings experience in sales and logistics including time at Speedy Freight and business development roles Next Stage, Yell and Thomson.
Finally, Keith Wilson joins DeliveryApp to roll out the platform across Scotland. Prior to joining DeliveryApp, Wilson held regional sales roles for a number of companies including Whistl, Eagle Envelopes and Arco.
Lance Jones, Founder and Chief Executive Officer of DeliveryApp said: “We’re at an incredibly exciting transition phase of the business as we grow our users in a sustainable way to meet and increase demand. Our new recruits will be pivotal in the long-term growth objectives of the platform as we roll out across the country. As such, we’re incredibly pleased to welcome Keith, Shane, Adam, Jonathan, and Travis to the team and look forward to rolling the platform across Wales, Scotland, the East Midlands and North West.”