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Orange deputy CEO Louette set for exit

Orange deputy CEO Louette set for exit

first_imgHome Orange deputy CEO Louette set for exit Pierre Louette, an Orange Group deputy CEO (pictured), is reportedly set to leave the company after eight years.Sources told French publication La Lettre De L’expansion Louette is set to join another, as yet unnamed, company. He was appointed as CEO Stephane Richard’s number two, alongside Ramon Fernandez, in January 2016 as part of a team which consisted of five deputy CEOs at the time.Orange is yet to confirm Louette’s departure and there is no indication of a pending exit on his LinkedIn or Twitter social media profiles at this stage.Louette, who also serves as Orange group general secretary and heads up the company’s France wholesale division and Orange digital ventures unit, joined the company in 2010 as group EVP and general secretary.Aside from his everyday duties, Louette built a reputation as something of a lobbyist in the industry: in November 2017, he spoke to Mobile World Live about the need for European telecoms regulators to create an environment in the continent which favours investment. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedInShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to MoreAddThisMore 16 JAN 2018 Kavit joined Mobile World Live in May 2015 as Content Editor. He started his journalism career at the Press Association before joining Euromoney’s graduate scheme in April 2010. Read More >> Read more Español Kavit Majithia Orange makes secure cloud pact for French market Relatedcenter_img Previous ArticleEricsson woes continue with $1.8B write-downNext ArticleSamsung eyes Africa earnings boost Orange Ventures injects €30M into new fund Tags Author Las grandes operadoras europeas ponen condiciones a las RAN abiertas Orangelast_img read more

Important Milestone for PRPA

Important Milestone for PRPA

first_imgThe Philadelphia Regional Port Authority (PRPA) announced that the MSC JUDITH, the largest container vessel to ever call the Port of Philadelphia, experienced a successful visit to PRPA’s Packer Avenue Marine Terminal on Sunday, November 17. The Packer Avenue Marine Terminal is operated by Holt Logistics Corporation, with labor provided by ILA Local 1291.The 8089-TEU capacity MSC JUDITH was a particularly dramatic sight along Packer Avenue’s marginal berth that day, as it discharged containers that held a variety of general cargoes. This was the first time that the MSC JUDITH, a vessel belonging to regular port customer Mediterranean Shipping Company, visited the Port of Philadelphia.The MSC JUDITH’s visit followed stops at several ports in northern Europe.“I was very happy to hear that everyone involved in our operations- terminal operator Holt Logistics, our ILA labor force, and our PRPA marketing personnel- all worked together to bring about a smooth, efficient operation while the MSC Judith was in port,” said PRPA Chairman Charles G. Kopp. “In the near future, more vessels of this size and beyond will be visiting the Port of Philadelphia due to our current deepening of the Delaware River’s main channel to 45 feet, so it was gratifying to see that we already have the landside chops to handle these large vessels.”PRPA Senior Marketing Representative Dominic O’Brien visited the MSC JUDITH that day, along with representatives of Holt Logistics and other maritime industry personnel. All expressed goodwill to the vessel’s officers and crew.[mappress mapid=”19339″]Press Releaselast_img read more