John Menzies names former DHL exec as head of distribution unit

| December 7, 2016

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Dec 7 Airport services and logistics group John Menzies Plc named Greg Michael, a former DHL executive, as managing director of its distribution unit to help diversify the business struggling against declines in the print industry. Michael, who earlier held senior positions with parcels firm DHL and its owner Deutsche Post, would assume the role on Jan. 1, Menzies said.

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