UPS has announced the appointment of Romina Lorenzo as the new general manager of the company in Spain and Portugal, where she will assume responsibility for operations, business development and strategy, as reported in a statement.
The president of UPS in Europe, Daniel Carrera, highlighted that Romina’s career and profile “will further strengthen UPS’s position in the logistics and transport sector in Spain and Portugal”.
“We continue to invest in our European network to help small and medium-sized companies grow through exports and we are delighted to be able to count on Romina’s strategic vision to advance in achieving this objective in the Spanish and Portuguese market”, added Career.
Romina, of Argentine origin, assumes this new position after more than 16 years of experience at UPS, working in the area of finance and accounting in European cities such as Brussels or Milan. Her most recent position so far has been as director of accounting and finance for the company in Italy.
“It is an honor to assume this position and I am excited to help our clients develop their business and face the challenge of exporting, which is an important engine of economic growth in Spain and Portugal”, declared Romina.
UPS has highlighted its “strong commitment to female leadership both within the organization, with 46% of women occupying a managerial position and a third in senior management, and outside, supporting a diversity and inclusion program and women entrepreneurs” .
The new general director of UPS in Spain and Portugal will lead initiatives aligned with this objective, such as the ‘Exporting Women’ program that UPS will soon launch in Spain in order to help women entrepreneurs, manufacturers and cooperative associations to grow their businesses and expand to new and fruitful markets.