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21 February 2024 | 13:56

Claude Aman appointed Managing Director of Africa Global Logistics Ghana

Claude Aman is the new Managing Director of Africa Global Logistics Ghana. He replaces Thibaut Lamé, who is now Managing Director of AGL Cameroon.

Claude Aman’s main mission will be to pursue AGL’s growth strategy in Ghana, by developing new logistics solutions adapted to customer needs and market challenges. He will also be responsible for promoting AGL’s vision as a major player in logistics transformation considering the establishment of the Continental Free Trade Area, of which Ghana hosts the headquarters of the Executive Secretariat.

Claude Aman has 20 years of solid experience at AGL, where he has held several positions of responsibility. He began his career in AGL’s operations department where he rose through the ranks by contributing to the obtaining of several international certifications and the development of the company’s logistics services, particularly in Côte d’Ivoire. In 2012, he took over the management of import and hinterland operations, before being appointed Director of Logistics Solutions in 2019. In this capacity, he led strategic projects for the development of logistics corridors in Africa.

«It is an honour and a challenge to take the helm of AGL Ghana, a dynamic and growing subsidiary. I would like to thank the Board of Directors and the President of the AGL Group, Mr. Philippe Labonne, for the confidence they have placed in me. I look forward to working with the team in Ghana, made up of skilled and committed professionals, to strengthen our market position and offer our customers tailor-made logistics solutions.» Claude Aman, Managing Director, AGL Ghana

Claude Aman holds a master’s degree in international business and an Executive MSc in Geopolitics and Geoeconomics from HEC. He has a recognized expertise in the industrial logistics sector in Africa.

About AGL Ghana (Africa Global Logistics)

AGL Ghana (Africa Global Logistics Ghana) is a major player in the transport and logistics sector in Ghana. With a 35-year presence in the region, the company offers complete multimodal solutions to the country’s economic operators. Its expertise covers a wide range of logistics services including customs clearance, freight forwarding, shipping agency services, local and cross-border road transport, contract logistics, as well as container depot management. With nearly 300 employees, AGL Ghana uses its know-how to support local development by providing innovative and reliable logistics solutions to meet the specific needs of its customers.


Press Contact:

Rachel HOUNSINOU – Media Relations Manager – AGL

rachel.hounsinou@aglgroup.com – +33 01 88 87 10 14 – 06 43 27 16 91

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