Miebach Consulting opens new offices in Europe and in Middle East
The France office is managed by Philippe Lavoué, who has more than 20 years of experience as a consultant and engineer for supply chain ventures. He has executed more than 80 projects related to supply chain strategy and warehouse design. His consulting experience includes multiple freight and public railway projects, as well as urban logistics and public transportation.
The office in Dubai is managed by Julian Maasmann, General Manager, Miebach Consulting DMCC. He has previously advised national and international clients in diverse supply chain network as well as warehouse planning solutions.
“Our supply chain engineering team in Dubai supports local and global companies and collaborates closely with our office in Saudi Arabia. The strategic positioning of this location benefits our clients in the entire Gulf region and extends our presence in Middle East, Africa and Asia” says Julian Maasmann.
With the new locations the number of offices within the Miebach Group increases to 24.
“The goal of the internationalization is to provide optimal consulting services to our customers within a worldwide network, and based on global standards,” remarked Jürgen Hess, CEO of the Miebach Consulting Group. “We are glad that our offered services are being well received in both Dubai and Paris and we are looking forward to the positive business development of the Miebach Group.”
For further information please visit the Miebach website: http://www.miebach.com/...
Miebach Consulting offers consulting and engineering services in the areas of supply chain management, logistics and production. Our clients range from medium-sized businesses to global companies that enhance and expand their competitive position with innovative logistics solutions. The Miebach Group, founded 1973 in Frankfurt, today has 24 offices worldwide in Europe, Asia as well as North and South America. With over 350 employees we are one of the leading international consultants in logistics and supply chain management.
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