Logistics UK has announced the appointment of Mariefi Kamizouli as the business group’s new Head of Economics & Productivity within its policy publications team. With a Master of Science in Environmental Economics & Climate Change from London School of Economics and Political Science, and over five years of economic experience, Kamizouli will bring experience and insight to the organisation’s work with key stakeholders.
Kate Jennings, Policy Director at Logistics UK, comments: “We are thrilled to have Mariefi join the policy team here at Logistics UK as she brings a wealth of experience to the role from across a range of diverse sectors, including government, manufacturing, built environment and transport. Her knowledge and understanding of economic analysis and strategic development, combined with her commitment to sustainability, will allow her to provide unique insights and drive informed decision-making for our members, as well as the wider logistics industry.”
Ms Kamizouli comments: “I am delighted to join Logistics UK and am ready to push forward on evidence-based policies that promote sustainable growth and innovation in the logistics sector. By working together, we can unlock the full potential of logistics and promote the vital role the industry plays in the UK’s economic prosperity.”
Logistics UK is one of the UK’s leading business groups, representing logistics businesses which are vital to keeping the UK trading, and more than seven million people directly employed in the making, selling and moving of goods.
With decarbonisation, Brexit, new technology and other disruptive forces driving change in the way goods move across borders and through the supply chain, logistics has never been more important to UK plc. Logistics UK supports, shapes and stands up for safe and efficient logistics, and is the only business group which represents the whole industry, with members from the road, rail, sea and air industries, as well as the buyers of freight services such as retailers and manufacturers whose businesses depend on the efficient movement of goods. For more information about the organisation and its work, please visit logistics.org.uk