News: CNB appoints Richard Butcher as new Head of Global Expansion

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CNB appoints Richard Butcher as new Head of Global Expansion

Richard’s past work experience includes working with leading brands like Wipro Technologies, VMC Corp and Bellevue Cars handling, managing and implementation of logistics revenue management functions.
CNB appoints Richard Butcher as new Head of Global Expansion

CNB announces the appointment of Richard Butcher as Head of Global Expansion in a move to expand their reach globally. The SaaS product automating yard management firm is overseeing a revamp in their work model in post-COVID19 world and in Richard Butcher, finds an expert in revenue management solutions.

Nitin Sirohi, Co-Founder, CNB, said, ‘’Richard has a rich experience in the logistics tech industry and I'm happy to welcome him on board.”

Butcher has around 22 years of experience in the logistics tech industry and worked with Wipro Technologies Port Division for 10 years as Global Head & Director. At Wipro, he contributed to the generation of revenue worth millions of dollars through global expansion of the business. 

On his appointment, Butcher said, ‘’Automation and Innovation is the key to success and sustainability for the logistics business going forward. I am very happy and thrilled to be associated with CNB and be able to capitalize my two decades of logistics tech experience in developing and providing cost-effective automated solutions to the logistics tech industry which will drive their growth and business volumes’’.

With his vast experience in the logistics tech industry, he would be expected to steer the overall development of the revenue management department forward. His contribution will be vital to the growth of CNB and enable them to drive further growth.

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