Leading clearing, freight forwarding and total logistics services company, Mainland Cargo Options Limited (MCO), a subsidiary of Nigerian Aviation Handling Company (NAHCO PLC), has appointed a new General Manager/CEO.
He is Prince Aderemi Adejobi.
Adejobi holds a Master of Finance degree from the Glasgow Caledonian University, United Kingdom, a Master of Business Administration (MBA) with specialization in Marketing from the University of Lagos, a Master of Geographic Information Systems (MSc) degree from the University of Ibadan and a Bachelor of Science (BSc) degree in Economics from the same University.
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Until his present appointment, Adejobi was the Chief Executive Officer, Speedcraft Logistics Limited.
The new GM/CEO is widely expected to take MCO to the next phase of its development.
The new GM started his career as Customer Services Manager with the Standard Trust Bank in 1997 from where he moved to City Express Bank in 2001 as the Branch Manager. He was Branch Manager, Access Bank from 2006 to 2007 and Area Manager, Sterling Bank, from 2007 to 2009.
Between 2009 and 2010, Adejobi was Chief operating Officer, GS Microfinance Bank from where he moved to Tesco Equipment as Director, Operations and Business Development. From March 2010 to January 2014, Adejobi was the Executive Director, Finance and Business Strategy, New Energy Services Group of Companies.
He had brief stints as Consultant Project Manager, Pinnacle Oil & gas Limited and as Consultant Group Chief of Business & Operations (CBO), Chisco Group of Companies between May 2014 and December 2015. In March, 2016, he was appointed Consultant Chief Operating Officer (COO) of the National Clearing & Forwarding Agency (NACFA) and in February 2018, he got appointed as the Chief Executive Officer, Speedcraft Logistics Limited.
The new GM/CEO is a highly experienced Business Development and Operations Planning Executive who has demonstrated the ability to lead diverse teams of professionals to new levels of success in a variety of highly competitive industries, cutting-edge markets and fast-paced environments.
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