Home / Knowledge / News / Damoc makes senior level changes in Latin America
Damoc makes senior level changes in Latin America
Apr '13
As part of the continued investment in the emerging markets of Latin America, Damco has made several key appointments to further expand the company’s activities in the Region.

Stefan Bengtsson has joined Damco as Chief Finance Officer (CFO) for Latin America and is based at Damco’s Latin American offices in Panama City. A Swedish national, Stefan was previously CFO for Kuehne & Nagel in Brazil for over nine years.

Sune Stilling has transferred from his current role as Managing Director for West Africa to the position of Chief Operating Officer (COO) for Latin America, also based in Panama. Sune has 14 years of experience in various positions in Africa, Europe and Asia with the A.P. Moller – Maersk group. Sune succeeds Svend Erik Arp who will transition into the role of regional CTO (Chief Transformation Officer), which includes the responsibility for all IT projects.

Antonio Morciano joins Damco as the Regional Head of Ocean Freight for Latin America. Antonio brings almost 30 years of experience in the industry, having worked in a number of logistics management roles in Europe, USA and Latin America.

David Juarez has been appointed Regional Vertical Head of Retail and Lifestyle for Latin America. David previously worked for Damco in Spain and has occupied senior commercial and management positions in the shipping and forwarding industry over the last 13 years.

Enrique Fajardo has been joined Damco as Managing Director for the Andean Cluster, consisting of Colombia and Ecuador. Enrique has worked in the logistics and transportation industry for over 18 years and will continue to be based in Colombia.

Regional CEO Humberto Florez comments: “Latin America is a major emerging market for Damco and we will ambitiously grow our customer base here. I am confident that these new appointees will further significantly boost our presence in the Region.”

About Damco

Damco is one of the world’s leading third party logistics providers specialising in customised freight forwarding and supply chain solutions. The company has 10,800 employees in over 300 offices across 90 countries and representation in a further 30 countries.


Must ReadView All

Union textiles minister Smriti Irani addressing at the Texprocil Annual Export Awards. Courtesy: PIB

Textiles | On 22nd Oct 2016

Govt to extend special package to home textiles segment

The Central government is likely to extend the recently approved Rs...

Reebok Liquid Speed Grey. Courtesy: Business Wire

Apparel/Garments | On 22nd Oct 2016

Reebok’s Liquid Factory brings sneaker creation to US

Reebok, a pioneer in the sporting goods industry, has brought sneaker ...

Courtesy: GHCL

Textiles | On 22nd Oct 2016

GHCL to invest Rs 67.25 crore in textile division

Chemicals and textiles firm GHCL will invest Rs 67.25 crore in its...

Interviews View All

Yash Agarwal
Hitansh Online

Every market region has its own culture and trends

Jurgen Gauger

‘Buying crowdsourced or creative designs are much more appealing to the...

Smita Murarka

‘There is huge demand in the Indian lingerie market for non-wired styles.’

Eric Scholler

The Indian market has huge potential in technical textiles, and by far,...

Marcel Alberts

Coating at a fibre level is a practice not usually seen in the...

Larry L Kinn
Suominen Corporation

Larry L Kinn, Senior Vice President - Operations Americas of Suominen...

Yash P. Kotak
Bombay Hemp Company

One of the directors of Bombay Hemp Company, Yash P. Kotak, speaks to...

Sonam & Paras Modi

Sonam and Paras Modi's Sva Couture is synonymous with head-turning...

Robert Brunner

Golfwear and menswear brand Devereux is set for greener pastures. Robert...

Press Release

Press Release

Letter to Editor

Letter to Editor

RSS Feed

RSS Feed

Submit your press release on


Letter To Editor

(Max. 8000 char.)

Search Companies

October 2016

October 2016

Subscribe today and get the latest update on Textiles, Fashion, Apparel and so on.


Browse Our Archives


Advanced Search