Rider Levett Bucknall (RLB) has appointed ex-Amazon logistics industry specialist, Duncan Robertson

RLB APPOINTS EX-AMAZON PROGRAMME MANAGER AS NEW COMMERCIAL PARTNER

Independent construction, property and management consultant, Rider Levett Bucknall (RLB) has appointed ex-Amazon logistics industry specialist, Duncan Robertson, as a Commercial Partner to head up the firm’s Industrial Sector in the North.

Duncan has over 25 years’ experience in the logistics sector. He has worked for a range of companies both in the UK and internationally including: Tesco, Sainsbury and Ashton Smith Associates. Most recently he was EU Standards and Programme Manager for Amazon EU where he was responsible for developing standard designs, process and cost for the various Amazon Fulfilment Centres and Logistic Centres across Europe.

 “The Logistics and Industrial sectors are growing markets for RLB and ones where RLB’s expertise of project management, programme management and cost consultancy have real impact and help manage efficiencies. I am delighted to be joining the team in Manchester at such an exciting time,” says Robertson.

Dean Sheehy, Director at RLB, added: “We are very pleased to welcome Duncan to RLB. His extensive experience and knowledge of the logistics market will be a great addition both to our business and our customers across the UK.”

RLB is currently working with a range of industrial/ logistics customers including: IM Properties, Verdion, iPort Doncaster, SEGRO, Harworth Estates, Royal Mail, Morrisons, M&S, Amazon and Lidl.

  • Kenneth Booth, Magazine Manager

    With 15 years behind his belt in this sector, Kenneth has a keen interest in the construction and management of buildings, striving to learn more and more with each passing year. As a member of the launch team for Building Design & Construction Magazine, Kenneth has seen and followed some of the industry’s leading stories; whether it be the laying of the foundations for Heathrow’s terminal 5, the design and build of the Shard all the way through to the organisation and management of London 2012 Olympics, he's been there for the entire journey. Kenneth handles the majority of the sponsored and advertorial content, pushing the envelope of businesses looking to use Building Design & Construction as a mode of communication for their marketing agenda. With a profound understanding of how construction and property professionals can best put the right foot forward, Kenneth is able to support, and guide the marketing agenda of businesses of all shapes and sizes.

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