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sekos

In ancient Greece:
1. A shrine or sanctuary.
2. The cella of a temple.
3. A building which only the specially privileged might enter.
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An expert in accounting, finance and business strategy, Matt will play a key role in the expansion of SEKOs global network including acquisitions, partnerships and new services as it builds on strong growth generated by its multi award-winning transportation, logistics and fulfilment solutions.
SEKO Logistics has appointed Matthew Brown as Chief Financial Officer to help deliver the next stage of its global growth strategy.
We needed this expansion to keep pace with our growth in the Netherlands, which is being driven by client demand for our eCommerce fulfillment, Omni-Channel and cross-border expertise, said Bob van der Putten, managing director of SEKO Logistics, Benelux & Germany.