PML Poised To Expand European Customer Base

Perishable Movements Ltd (PML), the provider of world-class logistics and supply chain solutions, has appointed Alessandra Tagliabue to the newly created role of Business Development Manager for Europe.

Tagliabue, who has an established and proven track record in sales – in terms of both identifying and successfully converting prospects – joins the company following a micro business unit leadership position with a globally recognised market leader in private healthcare.  Prior to this, she worked predominantly in Spain – where she spent the last eight years applying her honed new business and sales skills within the logistics and import/export sector.

A highly competent linguist who is fluent in French, Spanish, Italian and English,  with direct experience of working with customers across Europe, Tagliabue is well placed to help drive the growth and expansion of PML’s operations within the European market.

Commenting on her appointment, Tagliabue said, “I’m delighted to be joining such a progressive organisation and relish the prospect of playing a pivotal role in PML’s continued success. I have been impressed by the company’s clear credentials as a category leader, regularly demonstrating its ability to stay ahead of the curve by implementing innovative and future perfect solutions to the myriad challenges facing the logistics and supply chain industry. I am excited to be part of a business that boasts an excellent record for staff retention, largely due to the easy access to a pathway for progression for those who wish to further develop their careers with the company. My main mission will be to promote PML’s new Kent transport and logistics hub, a state-of-the-art operation that represents a highly attractive proposition to European customers, offering a seamless and efficient gateway for companies looking to bring perishable and non-perishable goods into the UK.”

Tagliabue is physically based in the Midlands but will be making regular visits to PML’s headquarters in Heathrow and the Lympne, Kent site.