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New CEO for Jersey Post

New CEO for Jersey Post

Friday 29 April 2022

New CEO for Jersey Post

Friday 29 April 2022


The former CEO of DHL Global Mail UK has been appointed to lead Jersey Post.

Mark Siviter, who has worked in the logistics and mail industry across the UK, Europe, and South Africa, will be taking over from Tim Brown in June.

His recent roles have included CEO of DHL Global Mail UK, Managing Director of DHL Global Mail Europe and more recently Managing Director, Mail and Retail, at the UK Post Office.

"The transformation and diversification of Jersey Post over recent years has created a dynamic and successful business that delivers significant value for the island," Mr Siviter said.

"I recognise the importance Jersey Post plays in the local community, through providing high quality services and supporting its people and businesses. I am excited with the opportunity and look forward to leading a business that is an important part of Island life and taking forward its current strategy."

Jersey Post's Chair, Alan Merry, commented: "We are delighted that Mark has agreed to take up this important role... It was Mark's track record of success in driving businesses forward in relevant sectors, together with a public service ethos, that made him ideal for this role and the Board looks forward to working with him."

He added: "We would also like to thank Tim Brown for his leadership over the last 11 years – first on the Board of Directors and then as CEO for eight years. He leaves a strong legacy for Mark to continue to drive forward."

The appointment process, which Mr Meery said "generated several excellent candidates", was overseen by the Jersey Appointments Commission.

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