News: DHL Supply Chain names Mihaela Isac as new CIO in Asia Pacific

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DHL Supply Chain names Mihaela Isac as new CIO in Asia Pacific

Mihaela Isac joined DPDHL Group in 2011 as part of DHL Consulting in Bonn.
DHL Supply Chain names Mihaela Isac as new CIO in Asia Pacific

DHL Supply Chain has appointed Mihaela Isac as its Chief Information Officer (CIO) for Asia Pacific. Mihaela was most recently Vice President of IT life sciences and healthcare in North America, where she was responsible for enhancing the organisation's IT offering in transportation and warehousing in the life sciences sector.

Mihaela joined the DPDHL Group in 2011 as part of DHL Consulting in Bonn, Germany. In 2014, she relocated to Miami, where she continued her consulting career and held bigger roles. She was an associate partner before moving to DHL Supply Chain IT North America as senior director strategic IT projects in 2019. She was appointed Senior Director IT transportation solutions in 2020 before stepping into her most recent role as Vice President IT life sciences and healthcare.

“Mihaela has been with DHL Supply Chain for over a decade, and her achievements during this period speak for themselves. I am confident that her international experience and capabilities make her the perfect choice to enhance our digitalisation agenda and standardisation processes further to drive growth in the region, said Terry Ryan, CEO DHL Supply Chain Asia Pacific.

"I have seen firsthand how our teams at DHL Supply Chain have used technology to maintain business continuity for our customers throughout the pandemic and other disruptions. Customer needs have evolved and we need to focus on enhancing capabilities and enabling success for data analytics and accelerated digitalisation to build resilience in our customers' supply chains," said Mihaela.

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