Blockchain-based logistics company Yojee (ASX:YOJ) has made two key appointments to form an advisory board, which will provide critical oversight as the tech business ramps up a diversified growth strategy.
Yojee has developed a revolutionary blockchain-based technology which permits full visibility of items throughout the logistics supply chain and also offers critical insights into improved efficiencies.
Peter McLean and Christopher Logan will head the advisory board, brining years of experience in logistics commercialisation.
Mr Mclean is the senior vice president and head of Asia-Pacific of Kalmar, a global port and supply chain leader with annual revenue of AUD $5.5 billion dollars.
He brings over 30 years of global strategic operational experience in engineering and industrial equipment industry.
Mr Logan is a senior business advisor to logistics start-up companies and has served as Livingston International USA president. Livingston holds the title of largest customs broker in North America.
He has spent ten years at Oliver Wyman, a respected consulting firm, as a partner in their transportation practice and was named Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum in 2009.
Commenting on the twin appointments, Yojee Managing Director Ed Clarke said: “We are delighted to have Peter and Christopher join our new advisory board.
Both advisory board members bring extensive industry and operational experience needed to help facilitate Yojee’s growth and expansion plans.
“This is essential as Yojee continues its relentless pursuit for robust commercial agreements and partnerships with multinationals, national leaders, SME’s and sole traders. The advisory board will be imperative in achieving these milestones and delivering value for our shareholders,” he said.
Yojee has advised that additional high quality members will be added to the advisory board in the future.