Danny Peeters has been appointed as the new Chief Executive Officer of Eurinpro, the leading investor and developer of tailor-made logistics real estate. He replaces Bart Verhaeghe who became a member of Macquarie Goodman's Executive Committee.
Reporting to Mr Greg Goodman (Group CEO), Mr Peeters will have full executive responsibility for Eurinpro and position the business for further growth in the European region.
In his previous position as Eurinpro's Chief Operating Officer, Mr Peeters took an active role in the coordination of Eurinpro's global expansion and business development. His responsibility will now be taken over by Jan Scheers and Francis Hendrickx, Chief Operating Officer for Northern and Southern Europe respectively.
Mr Peeters commented: "I am delighted to have been appointed Chief Executive Officer of Eurinpro. In the last few years we have established a strong business across Europe and created a vast market for customized warehouse solutions. We will work tirelessly to improve Eurinpro's operations and to maximize the value of the business for all stakeholders."
Mr Peeters has 15 years experience in the logistics and strategic supply chain business including the design, engineering, implementation and outsourcing of Pan-European supply chain strategies for multinationals like Becton Dickinson, Pioneer Electronics, Subaru, Isuzu, and Casio, a.o. Before joining Eurinpro in 2000, Mr Peeters worked for NYK Logistics.
Bart Verhaeghe remains Chairman of Eurinpro and has become a member of the Macquarie Goodman Executive Committee that manages the Australasian, Asian and European businesses of Macquarie Goodman.
Mr Verhaeghe said: "Danny knows the business of state-of-the-art logistics real estate extremely well. With his extensive experience he will focus on the management of Eurinpro, increasing its share in both existing and new markets."