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New Appointments

Wednesday 24 June 2015

AGS welcomes the following newly appointed managers:

 Jeremie Cohen

Jérémie Cohen
Branch Manager
AGS Bratislava

Jérémie Cohen took over the position of Branch Manager at AGS Bratislava on 1 June 2015.

He joined the AGS Group in January 2009 as a sales representative. After 6 years at AGS, Jérémie is now the Branch Manager for AGS Bratislava. He sees in this new position the opportunity to manage a team, while always aiming for the highest quality of service.


  David Geffroy

David Geffroy
Branch Manager
AGS Toulouse

David Geffroy took over the position of Branch Manager at AGS Toulouse on 1 April 2015.
Having worked for AGS since 2011, David was previously the Branch Manager for AGS Marseille. This new position enables him to facilitate the merging of two AGS branches (Toulouse/Carcassonne), optimizing their operational efficiency and establishing a strong presence that will ensure the branch’s development in the near future.


  Nicolas Lombart

Nicolas Lombart
Branch Manager
AGS MAYOTTE

Soon after joining AGS, Nicolas Lombart took over the position of Branch Manager for AGS Mayotte on 24 February 2015.
Nicolas embraces teamwork with people from various cultures and backgrounds, in order to address the challenges faced by AGS Mayotte. Now 42 years old, his wish is to find stability in his professional career, with interesting prospects and mobility.


  Guillaume Foquereau

Guillaume Foquereau
Branch Manager
AGS Metz

After 10 years spent within AGS’ African network, Guillaume Foquereau joined AGS Metz on 1 March 2015.

Over his decade working for AGS in Africa – and most recently as Branch Manager for AGS Sierra Leone – Guillaume developed the required expertise to manage a branch, and his intercultural skills will be a great benefit in his new role.

The position of Branch Manager for AGS Metz is a great opportunity for him to gain further experience in a different business environment.


  Francois Astoul

François Astoul
Deputy Branch Manager
AGS Marseille

François Astoul was appointed as Deputy Branch at AGS Marseille Manager on 2 February 2015.

Five years ago he first joined AGS as a VIE intern at AGS Cameroon, before pursuing his career within AGS and being appointed as Branch Manager for AGS Nigeria.


  Ghislain De Williencourt

Ghislain De Williencourt
Trainee Branch Manager
AGS Lyon

Before assuming this position at AGS, Ghislain performed an internship in Singapore as part of his undergraduate studies. He then lived in Hong Kong, where he acquired two years’ professional experience in marketing and business. Later, he worked for Cap Gemini as a Flow Manager.

At AGS, Ghislain seeks a career in operations and management.


  Andrea Gastaldi

Andrea Gastaldi
Trainee Branch Manager
AGS Malaysia

Andrea Gastaldi joined the AGS Group on 1 April 2015 as a Trainee Branch Manager at AGS Malaysia.

Previously, Andrea had worked for AGS Singapore since April 2011. He now seeks to develop new skills in order to master the multiple requirements of a Branch Manager. His ultimate goal is to become a great asset with added value for AGS, in order to maintain the company’s reputation and develop the network in the highly strategic zone of South East Asia.


  Marc Guyonnaud

Marc Guyonnaud
Trainee Branch Manager
AGS Thailand

Marc Guyonnaud joined AGS Thailand on 1 April 2015 as a Trainee Branch Manager.

Previously he’d worked for CMA CGM (a well-known shipping company) as General Manager, first for Mozambique and later Vietnam. This followed working for AGS earlier in Africa from 2004 to 2010: in Equatorial Guinea and Mozambique.

Marc’s return to AGS has been motivated by his will to be in involved with clients.


  Loic Delcon

Loic Delcon
Trainee Branch Manager
AGS Ivory Coast

Loic Delcon was appointed as Trainee Branch Manager at AGS Ivory Coast on 1 April 2015.
Before that, he joined AGS as a VIE intern in Ivory Coast on 1 April 2013. Loic worked as a Customer Adviser, and was familiarised with the local habits and customs for business. This new position within the same branch where he has worked for the previous two years is a great opportunity and challenge for him.


We wish all new appointments the very best for the future and we trust that their positions will bring them professional fulfilment.