Automotive supply chain veteran joins APL Logistics
Rinaldy Sudyatmiko to lead auto logistics expansion in high-growth markets
Singapore , 25 Jan 2011
Supply chain services provider APL Logistics said today it has hired an automotive logistics industry veteran to expand its auto-related business.
Rinaldy Sudyatmiko has joined the company in Singapore as Senior Director of Automotive Business Development. He’s part of the APL Logistics Automotive unit which provides supply chain management support to many of the world’s largest car makers and parts manufacturers.
“This is a business where we have deep expertise,” said APL Logistics President Jim McAdam. “Rinaldy’s experience and knowledge will help us take advantage of opportunities in the high-growth markets in China, India and Southeast Asia.”
Sudyatmiko has more than 15 years of experience in automotive logistics, as a senior logistics manager in a large car manufacturer in Europe, as a general manager in a leading automotive 3PL Joint Venture in China, and as a consultant to automotive companies in Asia Pacific. Prior to joining APL Logistics, he was general manager for logistics quality at Renault – Nissan Alliance Logistics Europe, based in France.
“I have experienced the automotive logistics industry from many different perspectives” said Sudyatmiko. “It gives me unique knowledge of our customers’ needs and the opportunities ahead of us.”
APL Logistics provides land transport and other supply chain services to the auto industry in Asia and North America. It also participates in two auto-related joint ventures, CMAL in China, and VASCOR in the U.S.
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APL Logistics provides international, integrated supply chain services in more than 50 countries, including both origin and destination services such as freight consolidation, warehousing and distribution management. It uses innovative IT for maximum supply chain visibility and control. APL Logistics is a unit of Singapore-based Neptune Orient Lines (NOL), a global cargo transportation and logistics company.