EuroBridge CEO Robert Cassar on Friday announced that he will be leaving his present role and moving on to a “new project” in 2024.
While details of the aforementioned project are still under wraps, Mr Cassar will remain CEO until the end of 2023, before moving on to the role of Advisor to EuroBridge from there on.
He commented that in the coming months, he will be working closely with the company’s team to ensure a “seamless and thorough handover”, stating that his “commitment to this organisation and its growth remains unwavering”.
He personally thanked EuroBridge’s Director, David Abela, for having Mr Cassar be part of the EuroBridge story and promised that the company is “already set”, through onboarding new talent and internal people “rising to the occasion”.
Mr Cassar added that further details about EuroBridge’s new team will be shared once certain things are “formalised and settled”.
He concluded that he remains “committed” to supporting EuroBridge’s team, customers, and partners in the coming months.
Mr Cassar has extensive experience in the corporate sphere. Prior to his role at EuroBridge, he was Head of Business Relations at MaltaPost, where he was responsible for team performance focused on B2B relations.
Before that, he held various roles at Vodafone (now Epic), ranging from human resources (HR) management to managing the business sales department.
He is a Master of Business Administration graduate from University of Anglia Ruskin, Cambridge, and is a Visiting Lecturer for various educational institutions in Malta.
EuroBridge Shipping Services Limited offers logistics services, with its main focus being groupage services to and from Malta.
Departing EuroBridge CEO Robert Cassar
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