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Meet the team

Our Executive Membership team has a wealth of experience in the logistics sector, including people with experience working at a senior level in 3PLs, retailers, e-commerce providers and manufacturers, as well as government departments and other trade bodies.

Below are biographies of the key personnel involved in supporting Logistics UK’s Executive Membership programme.

Phil Roe, President, Logistics UK

Phil Roe joined Logistics UK as President in April 2022 after five years as a non-executive director. Prior to joining he was a board director at DHL Supply Chain which was the culmination of his 35-year career with DHL and XPO. He is also a non-executive director and trustee at the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport.

Roe has substantial experience of supply chain leadership across multiple customers, sectors and geographies, with 35 years’ experience in a variety of senior leadership roles within operations and functional areas. These include Managing Director, Chief Operations Officer and Chief Customer Officer and Strategy Director.


Andy Fitt, Executive Membership Associate, Logistics UK

Andy Fitt has more than 40 years’ experience within UK supply chains working within a variety of sectors and roles. He has worked with some of the major global 3PLs and held Chief Operations Officer and Managing Director roles, most recently as the MD and UK statutory director of Yusen UK Ltd.

Fitt is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Transport and has an MSc in Logistics and Supply Chain from Cranfield.


Martin Palmer, Executive Membership Associate, Logistics UK

Martin Palmer has over 25 years’ supply chain experience working with the largest global manufacturers, retailers and ecommerce providers as well as in the public sector. Palmer has now been consulting for several years, prior to this being Group Commercial Director and Development  & Business Unit Director with some of the largest providers of transportation and logistics services in the UK. In each case, he led teams created to find innovative supply chain solutions.

His supply chain consultant work has led to new areas of expertise in the public sector, urban logistics and the environmental supply chain. These services have led him to working with some leading property developers and local authorities. The common factor is always finding new ways to rethink supply chains and the forces that act on them to resolve issues that organisations face and make them ready to meet their strategic plans.

Palmer is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Logistics & Transport and a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Marketing.