Nexus creates Ukraine ‘task force’

International trading group Nexus has established a ‘task force’ to address all implications of the invasion of Ukraine.

Gael Escribe at Nexus Conference 2016

The board is composed of Nexus CEO Gaël Escribe,  CFO Thierry Mugnier, Robert Kirr, Executive Director Supplier Management, and Emmanuel Voguet, Communication & Sustainability Director-, with a strong representation from the Nexus Executive Committee and Board of Directors.

A dedicated Board of Directors meeting of Nexus Automotive International will also be held on March 8th in Vienna and will decide future activity with regard to the absence of Ukrainian and Russian representation at the Nexus Vienna Business Forum, which will take place from March 7th to March 10th.

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In the current conflict in Ukraine – as Nexus is not a political player – Nexus only acts in a humanitarian perspective. Thus, Nexus supports the Ukrainian people in their right to defend their identity, human lives, vital assets, etc” the group said in a statement. “Consequently, Nexus has leveraged its community spirit with a huge sense of solidarity and commitment, through the relaunch of ‘Nexus United’ and with the operational contribution of Nexus Automotive Central Europe.

The group also said that it will also work with the other major ITGs, ‘to better support the Ukrainian people and to potentially consolidate financial aid.’. 

 

 

Published by GregWhitaker

Editor of CAT Magazine and an experienced motoring journalist

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