Tracking, monitoring and satellite communications software provider GateHouse Holding A/S has announced the appointment of Jesper Bennike as CEO of its wholly-owned subsidiary GateHouse Logistics A/S. Bennike takes up his position with immediate effect.
Bennike has a background in the semiconductor markets, handling enterprise-level customers and growing accounts into multi-million dollar customers within the camera flash LED sector. He then served as vice president for Seoul Semiconductors for its mobile device business unit with responsibility for product development and global sales. In 2014, he was appointed vice president of business development with mobile intelligence and connectivity leader Tweakker, now part of Spirent Communications plc.
Bennike holds an electronic engineering degree from the University of Copenhagen. In his new role, Bennike will lead GateHouse Logistics’ business and software development teams for its flagship product ghTrack and sector modules.
Michael Bondo Andersen, CEO GateHouse Holding, comments: “Clearly, we are delighted to welcome Jesper Bennike to the GateHouse Group’s senior management team. He brings a rich pedigree in developing disruptive technology businesses to the group and as CEO of the GateHouse Logistics subsidiary will be the driving force for our ghTrack data unifying platform to become must-have technology in the global business of transport logistics.”
GateHouse Holdings logistics systems track over 200,000 units each day in ships, trucks and planes. The group has three wholly-owned subsidiaries – GateHouse Logistics providing tracking solutions to the transportation industry, GateHouse Telecom for satellite communications, consulting and services, and GateHouse Maritime providing tracking solutions to maritime authorities, coastguards, ports and related businesses. Visit www.gatehouse.dk.