With Nyawose’s extensive background in business management, he will be responsible for overall management of the terminal, which is one of the country’s most efficient and comprises automotive, multi-purpose and agricultural cargo handling facilities.
Strategy will enhance growth
“The East London terminal is at the cusp of a new chapter in its history,” Nyawose says. “The exciting economic developments within the province, coupled with Transnet’s market demand strategy, will present the East London terminal with invaluable volume growth and diversification opportunities. I believe the dedication, experience and know-how of the team will put the terminal on a path for greater success.”
Nyawose’s career has spanned years of progression at South African Breweries, his final role being that of operations services manager for the central region, responsible for driving consistent and efficient operational performance across the multiple distribution sites in the region. He has also worked as a project manager for an electrical construction company.
His academic qualifications include a Bachelor of Commerce Honours degree in Management Accounting and he is presently completing his final year of an MBA degree at the Gordon Institute of Business Science (GIBS).
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