Polymer Logistics, a reusable packaging and merchandising systems company, announced today that Fred Heptinstall (pictured, right) will step down as CEO Polymer Logistics North America, effective December 31 of this year.
“Fred joined Polymer Logistics as CEO North America in July 2016 when the Company was launching its new wood-look RPCs,” said Gideon Feiner, CEO Polymer Logistics. “Under his leadership, Polymer Logistics North America has grown its customer base, put together a high performance organization, and delivered innovative solutions to the marketplace.”
“This is a very exciting time for Polymer Logistics,” said Heptinstall. “Together, we have established a top-notch, performance-driven team which has transformed the company and spearheaded exceptional growth. It’s with mixed emotions that I announce that my extended contractual commitment to Polymer Logistics is coming to a close. I do so confident in the knowledge that I am leaving them well-positioned for the future, and l am looking forward to continuing projects I put on hold while leading Polymer Logistics through its transformation.”
“Fred delivered extraordinary top line growth and is leaving us with an excellent foundation for continued growth,” continued Feiner. “As a result, the Company is poised for a bright future with new products in our pipeline and outstanding quality customer service enhanced by digitalization developments which will serve to improve and enhance supply chain efficiencies for our customers. We thank Fred for his leadership and commitment to Polymer Logistics and wish him continued success.”
“To maximize the developing opportunities and ensure continuity with a seamless transition, I will be personally leading the North America operation over the next several months prior to handing over responsibility to the next Polymer Logistics NA CEO,” said Feiner. “I look forward to personally working with our valued customers and our talented team to continue providing our customers with quality solutions.”