Bolloré Transport & Logistics has announced the appointment of Jérôme Le Grand as Managing Director of PRISM, a fourth-party logistics (4PL) subsidiary of the logistics company.
Jérôme Le Grand, former Vice-President of Aerospace and Defense at Bolloré Logistics, will be responsible for developing the company and its network of operational hubs.
Le Grand will also be tasked to meet the specific needs of shippers involved in the transformation of their supply chain.
He will be tasked with boosting PRISM’s growth, which has recently been marked by a number of strategic acquisitions in the aeronautical sector, reported Bolloré Logistics.
He will also be in charge of expanding the operational hubs of Toulouse, Porto, Mexico City and Kuala Lumpur, and of creating new sites.
Le Grand has amassed 25 years of experience working for prominent players in the aerospace industry.
“He was notably instrumental within Bolloré Logistics in developing a unique know-how in aeronautics, space, and defence logistics in the United States, in Europe and then globally,” said the logistics company.
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PRISM relies on its dual expertise in business and digital technology to develop a flow management and supply chain optimisation consulting offer.
The company currently employs nearly 100 employees in operational hubs in America, Europe and Asia, and across its network of centres in France and Switzerland.
“I am delighted to have been assigned these new functions,” said Le Grand.
“We have high ambitions and I have great teams by my side who will help us to rapidly identify new objectives to make PRISM a key player in 4PL logistics and supply chain consulting solutions.”
This appointment comes almost six months after Bolloré Transport & Logistics Côte d’Ivoire announced the acquisition of its very first driving simulator.