Baptiste Di Tria started at the group as an employee of AGS Movers Madagascar and was appointed to AGS Movers Liberia as Branch Manager in August 2016. He likes to watch and play rugby, and takes a great interest in local and global politics. Baptiste also likes to listen to music and to travel. He looks forward to developing and building relationships with clients in his new position.
Jean-Marc Boisgard was appointed as Trainee Branch Manager with AGS Movers Senegal in August 2014, and promoted to Branch Manager at AGS Movers Kenya. He accepted the Manager position for AGS Movers Sierra Leone in January 2015, before occupying his most recent position as Manager of AGS Movers Angola. The 53-year-old father of two daughters has earned diplomas from three engineering schools: l’Ecole de l’Air, ENSTA (Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Techniques Avancées) and ENSPM (Ecole Nationale Supérieure du Pétrole et des Moteurs). Passionate about bridge, reading and travel, Jean-Marc wishes to participate in the development of AGS in Africa and to live enriching human experiences.
Julien Favre-Bulle started his career at AGS as Sales Manager at the Kenyan branch in 2004. He was promoted to Trainee Manager in AGS Movers Kenya in 2006 and became Branch Manager of AGS Movers Burundi in 2008. Julien’s career grew further when he took up the position of AGS Movers Uganda Branch Manager in 2013, and was recently appointed as Branch Manager in Zambia. Julien is passionate about sports and enjoys watching movies.
Carole-Anne Duchet joined the AGS Group at its Zambian branch as a VIE in 2010. She was promoted to Trainee Manager in the Zambian branch in 2012 and subsequently, took up the manager position at the same branch in 2013. Earlier this year, Carole-Anne accepted a new position as Branch Manager at AGS Movers Uganda. She loves to play sports and to travel.
Fabris Grujic started at the Group as trainee manager at AGS Paris in 2003 and accepted the management position at AGS Movers Skopje soon thereafter. Three more Branch Manager positions including Belgrade, Montenegro and Abu Dhabi followed before Fabris accepted the AGS Madagascar Branch Manager position earlier this year. Fabris enjoys mountain biking, parachuting and practices martial arts.
Mathias Bouroullec joined AGS Movers Botswana as a VIE in 2013 and was offered a position as trainee manager at the same branch in 2015, before accepting his most recent position as Branch Manager of AGS Movers Niger. Mathias enjoys traveling, listening to music, and is a football and swimming enthusiast.
Loïc Delcon joined AGS Movers Ivory Coast as a VIE in 2013 and was promoted to trainee manager at the same branch in 2015, before accepting the management position at AGS Movers Mali in 2016. Loïc enjoys traveling, playing rugby, going to the theatre and relaxation therapy.
Frédéric Léomant joined the AGS Group as a trainee manager at AGS Movers Reunion in 2005 and was promoted to the manager position of AGS Movers Burkina Faso in 2006. Frédéric was then appointed as AGS Movers Madagascar’s Branch Manager in 2011 before accepting the position as Branch Manager at AGS Movers Cameroon, earlier this year. Frédéric likes to play volleyball, to sail his catamaran and to play chess.
Oscar Nduwimana, a lawyer by training, was appointed as Branch Manager at AGS Movers South Sudan. Oscar brings more than 10 years’ removal industry experience acquired in Burundi and Rwanda. He was also a representative of a worldwide leading container shipping company in Burundi. Oscar enjoys playing rugby.
After graduating with a Master’s degree in Management and International Trade, Emilie Ducert wanted to travel (specifically in Africa), to learn new languages and to find a job that wouldn’t bore her. It seems that she made the right choice by choosing AGS. After joining the group as an International Corporate Volunteer (V.I.E) in 2008 in Burkina Faso, she was offered a position as trainee manager in Maputo in 2010 and joined the Rabat, Morocco branch in 2011 as Branch Manager. As of June 2016, she took over the management of our Lomé branch, where she manages 10 people. In her free time, this former Western horse riding champion also jogs and plays golf. But Emilie isn’t only an accomplished sportswoman; she’s also a singer and a musician and plays the guitar at concerts.
Jean-Charles Thorez started working at AGS in 2004 and was trained as a Branch Manager by Jean-Noël Boulnois, who then managed the Senegalese branch. A year later, Jean-Charles was given the role of Branch Manager in Bangui, in the Central African Republic, where he stayed for 11 years. In August 2016, he accepted the position of Branch Manager at AGS in Yaoundé, Cameroon, managing a team of 15 people. This former officer in the French Army says he loves to be in touch with his customers and to find solutions to the complex situations he is confronted with on a daily basis. When he’s not sitting at his desk, Jean-Charles spends time with his two-year-old daughter, Ludivine.
Mark Jeyasingh joined the Seychelles branch in September 2016 after more than 20 years in the financial services sector. His experience ranges from consulting to management of key accounts and product development. At AGS Seychelles, Mark is tasked with setting up marketing strategies and developing sales of the branch’s various products. In his free time, Mark plays golf at a very good level (with a handicap below 9).