Ekol Continues To Grow Internationally With Two Experienced Names
The fastest growing Turkish logistic company in Europe, Ekol Logistics, continues to pave its international growth with two names having high level management experience in many international companies.
Ekol Logistics, continuing its fast growth in the European market, has made two new commissionings to key positions. Ragıp Alan, assigned as the new Sales and CRM General Manager while Wojciech Brzuskaassigned to Ekol’s International General Manager position. Alan and Brzuska, having started working at Ekol in February 2015, will also conduct their executive board duties as members.
Ragıp Alan, who became Executive Board Member and assigned as General Manager for Sales and CRM at Ekol Logistics, is a graduate of Middle East Technical University, Department of Mechanical Engineering. He also completed his MBA at Middle East Technical University. With his vast 25 years of experience on sales, Ragıp Alan worked at various firms including: Aselsan (1989-1993), Başer-Colgate Palmolive (1993-1994), R.J. Reynolds Tobacco (1994-1995), Colgate Palmolive (1995-1997), Altınyıldız Tekstil (1997-1999), Johnson&Johnson (1999-2008), Philips (2008-2009), Timac Agro Eurasia (2009-2010) and lastly as Sales Director at G2M Distribution and Marketing between 2010 and 2014. Ragıp Alan is married and has two children.
Wojciech Brzuska, who took his office as “Ekol International General Manager and Executive Board Member“, is a graduate of Poznan Adam Mickiewicz University, English Linguistics. He also completed his MBA Program at Poznan University and then completed his Masters Degree of Management at ICAN Harvard Business Institute. With his vast 22 years of experience, Wojciech Brzuska worked at various firms including: Avis Rent-A-Car (1993-1994), Wasa Polska (1994-1996), ABCO/McLane Polska (1996-1998), Office Depot Polska (1998-2002), Raben Group (2002-2013) and lastly as Sales Director at Schenker Polska between 2013 and 2014. Wojciech Brzuska is married and has two children.