WCA makes personnel changes

The world’s largest network of independent forwarders, WCA, has made personnel changes that will see former cargo journalist Dan March appointed chief executive officer (CEO) with founder David Yokeum becoming chairman and former Emirates SkyCargo head, Ram Menen, joining a new global Supervisory Board.


The world’s largest network of independent forwarders, WCA, has made personnel changes that will see former cargo journalist Dan March appointed chief executive officer (CEO) with founder David Yokeum becoming chairman and former Emirates SkyCargo head, Ram Menen, joining a new global Supervisory Board.

Based in London, March, who has been WCA communications director for over fi ve years, will oversee the day-to-day operations and work closely with Yokeum and the new non-executive Supervisory Board – comprising Eric Fady, Philip Bilney, and Jim Barnhart, as well as Menen.

“Th is is an exciting time for WCA, as we continue to grow our global footprint and off er members new services and opportunities to connect with each other and develop their businesses,” said March. “It is fantastic to have such a strong team of experienced logistics professionals on the Supervisory Board to support that development, and I am delighted to continue working closely with David in his new role as chairman.”

Yokeum, who founded WCA in 1998 as the first worldwide non-exclusive network, will remain actively involved in overseeing the direction and strategy of the company. “Dan and I work well together as a team and he has become intimately involved in commercial and management aspects of WCA over the last few years,” said Yokeum. “We are very proud to welcome the members of our new Supervisory Board. These are some of the most acknowledged and successful business leaders in their fields and will bring tremendous value to the member companies of WCA.”