Malcolm Wilson leads XPO’s business in Europe. Mr. Wilson has more than 20 years of senior experience in the supply chain industry. Most recently, he served as head of XPO’s multinational logistics operations, with P&L responsibility for approximately 30,000 employees in 15 countries. Previously, he spent eight years with XPO acquisition Norbert Dentressangle, where he grew the logistics business into the company’s largest revenue-producing unit. Mr. Wilson served as a member of the executive board of Norbert Dentressangle and has trained in business management, finance and logistics.
Richard Cawston leads the supply chain business of XPO Logistics in Europe. He previously held the role of managing director for XPO’s supply chain operations in the United Kingdom and Ireland. Mr. Cawston joined XPO in 2015 upon the company’s acquisition of Norbert Dentressangle, where he served first as country manager, and then as business unit director. Previously, he was general manager for transportation company Christian Salvesen, now part of XPO, and operations manager for supermarket retailer Asda.
Luis Angel Gomez directs the transport business operations of XPO Logistics in Europe. His leadership has been key in developing value-added services as part of XPO’s international growth strategy for transport, including LTL and palletized cross-border services in Europe and brokerage services. Mr. Gomez Izaguirre has over 20 years of transportation expertise, including eight years with Norbert Dentressangle, where he led the Iberian, then global, transport operations, and served on the executive board. Prior to Norbert Dentressangle, he held executive positions with transportation companies Christian Salvesen Gerposa and Transportes Gerposa. He holds an executive master’s of business development degree in international business management and finance from the International Institute for Management Development in Lausanne, Switzerland, and a degree in economics from the University of Cantabria in Spain.
Patrick Oestreich leads the strategic account management organization of XPO Logistics Europe, with responsibility for the company’s relationships with large, multinational customers. Mr. Oestreich joined XPO following 11 years with global logistics company DB Schenker, most recently as senior vice president, road brokerage (full truckload and less-than-truckload) in Europe. Earlier, he served as vice president, business development and customer solutions–land transport in Europe, and directed the key account management of two verticals: the consumer market in Europe, the Middle East and Africa, and the healthcare market in Europe. Mr. Oestreich holds degrees in business administration from The Open University in the United Kingdom, HZ University of Applied Sciences in the Netherlands and Berufsakademie Stuttgart (DHBW) in Germany.
Matthieu Renollaud leads the financial operations of XPO Logistics Europe and is responsible for the company’s financial control systems. Mr. Renollaud previously served as group financial controller with Norbert Dentressangle, and was instrumental in the integration of those operations into XPO’s global network following the 2015 acquisition. Earlier, Mr. Renollaud was a senior manager in the audit practice of multinational accounting firm Ernst & Young. He holds a master of business administration degree in finance from ESSEC Business School in France.
Mark Wilkinson has more than two decades of logistics industry experience, including senior positions in sales and account management, product and service development, and operations. Prior to joining XPO, he was most recently business development and strategy director for DHL Supply Chain’s lead logistics partner division, responsible for defining the growth strategy and leading the division’s business development with global companies in high-growth sectors. Earlier, with Exel Logistics, he provided business development and account management services to companies in multiple industry verticals across Europe, the Middle East and Africa. Mr. Wilkinson holds a post-graduate diploma in commercial law from Northumbria University, and a bachelor of science degree from Coventry University, both in the United Kingdom.