Johnny Thijs Re-Elected as CEO Belgian Post

Belgian Post CEO Johnny Thijs has been re-elected for another six years by the Belgian government. The 55-year-old was first appointed head of the postal company for six years at the beginning of 2002. His mandate has now been extended for the same period of time, Belgian Post announced. Welcoming the re-appointment, Martine Durez, chairwoman of Belgian Post supervisory board, commented: “Under the leadership of Johnny Thijs, La Poste has become financially stable and improved its efficiency and customer service quality in the last few years. In close collaboration with the Management Board and in accord with staff representatives, he has successfully completed in-house change projects. I am convinced that Johnny Thijs will continue to accomplish this mission with success in order to prepare La Poste for postal liberalisation in 2011.”

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