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DB Schenker announces Mike Fahy as the Chief Executive Officer for DB Schenker, Region Americas

Global logistics provider DB Schenker has announced Mike Fahy as the new Chief Executive Officer for DB Schenker, Region Americas.

Mike Fahy has served as the Executive Vice President of Contract Logistics, Americas Region since November 2020. In his new role, he will have full responsibilities for all P&L aspects across the America’s including more than 10,000 employees in 123 locations providing over 27 million sq. ft. of distribution operations to its clients. DB Schenker’s America’s presence includes Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Guatemala, Mexico, Panama, Peru, the United States, and Venezuela.

Jochen Thewes, CEO, DB Schenker said, “I am delighted to announce the promotion and immediate start of Mike Fahy as the Chief Executive Officer for DB Schenker, Region Americas. Filling this important position from within our own ranks proves once again the enormous talent and quality of our leadership team on all continents. Mike combines widespread experience in both transport and logistics with deep expertise in end-to-end forwarding solutions. I am most impressed with what he has achieved for our customers during his time at DB Schenker.”

Mr. Fahy’s career before DB Schenker includes COO for an oil & gas distribution company owned by Simon Group Holdings and CEO of their technology companies. Prior to that, he held several positions at Syncreon culminating as their President of the Technology Segment.

Mike Fahy took over responsibility on September 1st from Jochen Thewes, Chief Executive Officer of DB Schenker, who held the position on an interim basis in a dual role.


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