The United Kingdom Warehousing Association (UKWA) has announced two key appointments.
Michael Davison has joined the Association as its new Membership Services Manager, while Christine Leitgeb has been appointed Service Management Executive.
As part of their new roles both Michael and Christine will interface between the Association and its 600 plus member companies from the third party warehousing and logistics service sector.
“Like all successful trade bodies we strive to maintain regular links with our members and Michael and Christine have important roles to play in ensuring that the UKWA's membership is kept fully up to date with the broad range of services and opportunities that the Association offers to companies operating in the third party warehousing and logistics industry,” commented Roger Williams, UKWA's Chief Executive Officer.
About The United Kingdom Warehousing Association With over 600 member companies, the United Kingdom Warehousing Association (UKWA) is the UK's only trade association dedicated to serving the vitally important warehousing and logistics sector.
Established in 1944, the Association's members control nearly 100 million square feet of warehousing space from nearly 1300 locations across the UK. Although originally established as a trade body for the third party warehousing sector, the Association now embraces all companies that operate a warehousing or distribution facility. Membership is not restricted to those companies based within the borders of the United Kingdom.