DuPont Protection Technologies has appointed Yves Le Minor as European Business Development Manager for the Tyvek Air Cargo Cover range.
Drawing on his experience as part of the Tyvek Air Cargo team since the beginning of 2014, Yves Le Minor will work alongside his DuPont counterparts in the Americas and Asia to identify and engage with new business partners in the pharma and perishables logistics sectors. He has been tasked with building on the huge success of the Tyvek Air Cargo Cover range and delivering on an ambitious strategy for continuing growth.
"We are entering a very exciting phase for Tyvek Air Cargo Covers", says Yves. "Structural and regulatory changes in the market place have created a growing demand for passive thermal shock protection solutions. The Tyvek Air Cargo Cover is a best-in-class product and I am absolutely delighted to have been chosen to grow this important business."
Tyvek Air Cargo Covers are used for the protection of temperature-sensitive products and provide shippers with the necessary margin of safety when it comes to protecting temperature-sensitive pharmaceutical and other products during their long journey from producer to consumer.
In his new position, Yves will be reporting to Marcelo Milani, Sales & Marketing Manager for Tyvek® in EMEA. "We are delighted to confirm Yves Le Minor as European Market Development Manager for our Tyvek® Air Cargo Cover business," says Marcelo. "Yves has an excellent track record covering more than 20 years of DuPont service and his energy, experience and customer-facing skills will undoubtedly help us accelerate our global growth in this area".
Before joining the EMEA Air Cargo Cover team based out of Luxembourg, Yves Le Minor held senior sales and marketing positions for several Tyvek® segments in EMEA including spells in the company's automotive and photovoltaic businesses.
Educated at graduate business school in France and at technical university in Germany, Mr Le Minor lives near Paris with his family. His interests include travelling, aquatic sports and the study and appreciation of fine wines.
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