Mark to take the lead at Grimsby & Immingham
October 5, 2016
Mark Frith is looking forward to the challenge of managing the UK's busiest port by tonnage
ABP has announced the appointment of Mark Frith to the role of Port Manager Grimsby & Immingham.
Mark has managed the ports of Hull and Goole since 2014 following a career in global logistics and operations with DHL, after which he relocated from Canada to join ABP.
He will start his new role as Port Manager, Grimsby & Immingham on the 10th October and the company has already put plans in place to recruit a successor for Hull and Goole.
ABP Port Director, Humber Simon Bird said: “Mark has made tremendous progress as Port Manager at Hull and Goole and will continue to develop his work on the south bank. Mark has worked all over the world in logistical roles and this expert knowledge has proved invaluable to ABP on the Humber.
“During his time with ABP Mark has built positive relationships with colleagues, customers and stakeholders and I am looking forward to working with him in his new role managing the UK’s busiest port, where his wide-ranging experience will be key to driving growth and continuous improvement to deliver great customer service.”
Mark Frith said: “I’m looking forward to the challenge of overseeing the day-to-day operations of the UK’s biggest port by tonnage and developing both Grimsby and Immingham to improve each facility’s unique offer.
“This is a fantastic opportunity for me to develop my skills and in turn the skills of my colleagues, as we work to ensure the Humber ports continue to prosper with a drive to improve efficiency, further our investment plans and create employment opportunities.”