Crown expands role of Mark Ellis to Regional Managing Director, Australasia, Japan and Korea

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Crown Worldwide Group, the world's largest privately-held group of international logistics and related services companies, has expanded the role of Regional Managing Director of Australasia, Mark Ellis, to include the oversight of operations in Japan and Korea. Alongside the appointment of Dennis Muldowney to General Manager, Japan, this strategic role expansion is critical to further strengthening the company's market position in the Asia-Pacific region.

Ellis began his career with Crown in 1982 and has been an invaluable asset to operations in Australia and New Zealand. His successful management of branches in Wellington, Auckland and Sydney led to his promotion to Managing Director of Australia and New Zealand in 2003. Ellis was the 2003 recipient of the Chairman's Award for his excellent leadership abilities and dedication to service excellence. His expanded role will support Crown's long-standing reputation in the region for providing the highest service quality to its customers.

"Expanding my region of responsibility to include Japan and Korea is a further exciting chapter in my career with the Crown Worldwide Group, which I am very much looking forward to," said Ellis. "Both of these countries have a rich and unique heritage and so very different to where I have spent my life to date so it is with much anticipation and enthusiasm that I take on this expanded regional responsibility."
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