About Us

XPO is a top ten global provider of transportation and logistics services, with a highly integrated network of people, technology and physical assets.

Service-Driven Culture

We use our network to help customers manage their goods most efficiently throughout their supply chains. At the top of our value proposition is an intense customer service culture that connects our team worldwide. Our people are focused on finding new ways to help our customers succeed, while becoming continuously more efficient ourselves.

 

Customer relationships are the lifeblood of our business. However, we never forget that we have responsibilities to many other stakeholders as well: investors, employees, carriers, business partners, local communities and global society. When we say Results Matter, we are speaking directly to all stakeholders of XPO about the results that matter to them.

Leadership

Leadership

Executive Board
Senior Management
Supervisory Board

Malcolm Wilson

Chief Executive Officer, XPO Logistics Europe

Malcolm Wilson

Chief Executive Officer, XPO Logistics Europe

Malcolm Wilson leads XPO’s business in Europe and serves on the executive board. Mr. Wilson has more than 20 years of senior experience in the supply chain industry. Most recently, he served as head of XPO’s multinational logistics operations, with P&L responsibility for approximately 30,000 employees in 15 countries. Previously, he spent eight years with XPO acquisition Norbert Dentressangle, where he grew the logistics business into the company’s largest revenue-producing unit. Mr. Wilson served as a member of the executive board of Norbert Dentressangle and has trained in business management, finance and logistics. 

Luis Ángel Gómez Izaguirre

Managing Director, Transport – Europe

Luis Ángel Gómez Izaguirre

Managing Director, Transport – Europe

Luis‐Angel Gomez Izaguirre leads the transport business operations of XPO Logistics in Europe and serves on the executive board. He previously served in a similar role with Norbert Dentressangle SA, which he joined in 2007, and was a member of the company’s executive board. Mr. Gomez Izaguirre has 15 years of transportation and carrier management experience. He holds a joint degree in business management and finance.

Malcolm Wilson

Chief Executive Officer, XPO Logistics Europe

Malcolm Wilson

Chief Executive Officer, XPO Logistics Europe

Malcolm Wilson leads XPO’s business in Europe and serves on the executive board. Mr. Wilson has more than 20 years of senior experience in the supply chain industry. Most recently, he served as head of XPO’s multinational logistics operations, with P&L responsibility for approximately 30,000 employees in 15 countries. Previously, he spent eight years with XPO acquisition Norbert Dentressangle, where he grew the logistics business into the company’s largest revenue-producing unit. Mr. Wilson served as a member of the executive board of Norbert Dentressangle and has trained in business management, finance and logistics.

Luis Ángel Gómez Izaguirre

Managing Director, Transport – Europe

Luis Ángel Gómez Izaguirre

Managing Director, Transport – Europe

Luis‐Angel Gomez Izaguirre leads the transport business operations of XPO Logistics in Europe and serves on the executive board. He previously served in a similar role with Norbert Dentressangle SA, which he joined in 2007, and was a member of the company’s executive board. Mr. Gomez Izaguirre has 15 years of transportation and carrier management experience. He holds a joint degree in business management and finance.

Richard Cawston

Managing Director, Supply Chain – Europe

Richard Cawston

Managing Director, Supply Chain – Europe

Richard Cawston leads the supply chain business of XPO Logistics in Europe. He previously held the role of managing director for XPO’s supply chain operations in the United Kingdom and Ireland. Mr. Cawston joined XPO in 2015 upon the company’s acquisition of Norbert Dentressangle, where he served first as business unit director, and then as country manager. Previously, he was general manager for transportation company Christian Salvesen, now part of XPO, and operations manager for supermarket retailer Asda.   

Jacopo Mazzolin

Senior Vice President, Human Resources – Europe

Jacopo Mazzolin

Senior Vice President, Human Resources – Europe

Jacopo Mazzolin has executive oversight of the human resources organization of XPO Logistics in Europe and provides strategic support to its country leaders. Mr. Mazzolin has held senior positions in human resources for over 20 years, with an emphasis on international business in the distribution and industrial sectors. Prior to XPO, he served in executive roles with the Walgreens Boots Alliance (UK) pharmaceutical wholesale division, Datalogic (Italy) and Crown Holdings (Switzerland). He holds a master’s degree with honors from Ca’ Foscari University of Venice, Italy.

Patrick Oestreich

Senior Vice President, Strategic Sales – Europe

Patrick Oestreich

Senior Vice President, Strategic Sales – Europe

Patrick Oestreich leads the strategic account management organization of XPO Logistics in Europe, with responsibility for the company’s relationships with large, multinational customers. Mr. Oestreich joined XPO following 11 years with global logistics company DB Schenker, most recently as senior vice president, road brokerage (full truckload and less-than-truckload) in Europe. Earlier, he served as vice president, business development and customer solutions–land transport in Europe, and directed the key account management of two verticals: the consumer market in Europe, the Middle East and Africa, and the healthcare market in Europe. Mr. Oestreich holds degrees in business administration from The Open University in the United Kingdom, HZ University of Applied Sciences in the Netherlands and Berufsakademie Stuttgart (DHBW) in Germany.

Matthieu Renollaud

Chief Financial Officer – Europe

Matthieu Renollaud

Chief Financial Officer – Europe

Matthieu Renollaud leads the financial operations of XPO Logistics in Europe and is responsible for the company’s financial control systems. Mr. Renollaud previously served as group financial controller with Norbert Dentressangle and was instrumental in the integration of those operations into XPO’s global network following the 2015 acquisition. Earlier, Mr. Renollaud was a senior manager in the audit practice of multinational accounting firm Ernst & Young. He holds a master’s degree in finance from ESSEC Business School in France.

Bradley Jacobs

Chairman, Supervisory Board Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, XPO Logistics, Inc.

Bradley Jacobs

Chairman, Supervisory Board Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, XPO Logistics, Inc.

Bradley Jacobs is a career CEO. He has led two public companies: United Rentals, Inc. (NYSE: URI), which he co-founded in 1997, and United Waste Systems, Inc., founded in 1989. Mr. Jacobs served as chairman and chief executive officer of United Rentals for the company's first six years, and as executive chairman for an additional four years. He served eight years as chairman and chief executive officer of United Waste Systems. Previously, Mr. Jacobs founded Hamilton Resources (UK) Ltd. and served as its chairman and chief operating officer. This followed the co-founding of his first venture, Amerex Oil Associates, Inc., where he was chief executive.

Gina Ashe

Vice-Chair

Gina Ashe

Vice-Chair

Gena Ashe has more than two decades of broad-based executive experience with public and private companies in varied industries. She has held senior legal roles with The Brickman Group, Ltd. (now BrightView Landscapes, LLC), Catalina Marketing Corporation, Public Broadcasting Service (PBS), Darden Restaurants, Inc., Lucent Technologies, Inc. and AT&T. Earlier, she was an electrical engineer with IBM Corporation before joining IBM’s legal team. Ms. Ashe holds a bachelor’s degree in mathematics and physics from Spelman College, a master’s degree in electrical engineering from Georgia Institute of Technology, and a doctor of law degree from Georgetown University. She is a graduate of the executive development program of the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, and holds a certificate in international management from Oxford University in England.

Clare Chatfield

Vice Chair of the Audit Committee and Senior Partner at L.E.K. Consulting and Managing Director of L.E.K. Paris

Clare Chatfield

Vice Chair of the Audit Committee and Senior Partner at L.E.K. Consulting and Managing Director of L.E.K. Paris

Clare Chatfield is the general manager of the Paris office of the international strategic consulting firm L.E.K. Consulting. She began her career with Lloyd’s of London, followed by positions with L.E.K., where she is primarily involved in issues related to energy and infrastructure. Mrs. Chatfield is a graduate of Cambridge University and has an MBA degree from INSEAD.

Sarah Glickman

Acting Chief Financial Officer, Member of the Audit Committee

Sarah Glickman

Acting Chief Financial Officer, Member of the Audit Committee

Sarah Glickman leads the company’s organizations for finance shared services, internal audit, tax and real estate. She has more than 25 years of global finance experience, most recently as chief financial officer of business services for Novartis. During her 11 years with Honeywell, she served as chief financial officer of the fluorine products business unit, as global head of internal audit and as director of finance operations. With Bristol-Myers Squibb, she had senior responsibility for corporate controllers and accounting, financial controls and compliance. She began her career at PricewaterhouseCoopers. Ms. Glickman is a CPA and a Chartered Accountant with a degree in economics from the University of York (UK).

Meghan Henson

Chief Human Resources Officer, XPO Logistics, Inc.

Meghan Henson

Chief Human Resources Officer, XPO Logistics, Inc.

Meghan Henson leads the company's global human resources organization. She is a seasoned innovator with 15 years of senior experience leading domestic and international human resources operations. Prior to XPO, she served as chief human resources officer for the Chubb Group of Insurance Companies, with global responsibility for workforce support in 54 countries. Previously, over an eight-year tenure with PepsiCo, she held executive roles that included chief human resources officer for global functions; senior vice president of human resources for the $10 billion Gatorade, Tropicana and Quaker product businesses; and head of human resources in the Greater China Region for PepsiCo’s multi-product direct sales business unit. Earlier, she worked in management consulting with Deloitte Consulting LLC and Towers Perrin (now Towers Watson). Ms. Henson holds a bachelor’s degree in East Asian studies and political science from the University of Wisconsin; and master’s degrees in business and public policy from the University of Michigan.

Henri Lachmann

Vice-Chairman and Lead Director of the Board of Directors of Schneider Electric SA

Henri Lachmann

Vice-Chairman and Lead Director of the Board of Directors of Schneider Electric SA

Henri Lachmann is vice-chairman and lead director of the board of directors of Schneider Electric SA. He began his career at Arthur Andersen, before joining Compagnie Industrielle et Financière de Pompey. Subsequently, he served as chairman and chief executive officer of Financière Strafor (now Strafor Facom); as director and chairman of Schneider Electric; and as chairman of Schneider Electric’s supervisory board. Additionally, Mr. Lachmann serves as: member of the supervisory board of Vivendi; director of Carmat; non-voting member of the board of Fimalac; chairman of the board of directors of the Centre Chirurgical Marie Lannelongue; chairman of the Institut Télémaque; vice-chairman and treasurer of the Institut Montaigne; and chairman of the consultative committee of the Campuses of Excellence under the Commissariat Général à l’Investissement (Grand Emprunt). He is a graduate of the HEC School of Management in Paris.

François-Marie Valentin

Director - Trustee of Pension Funds CSPS and TDGPS

François-Marie Valentin

Director - Trustee of Pension Funds CSPS and TDGPS

François-Marie Valentin has extensive experience both as a corporate managing director in France and Italy, and as an independent advisor in the field of mergers and acquisitions, an activity he carried out for 20 years at FMV & Associés. Additionally, Mr. Valentin is a trustee of the CSPS and TDGPS pension funds. For the past several years, he has specialized in the management of share-based UCITS. Mr. Valentin is a graduate of the Ecole Polytechnique in Paris, and holds a master’s degree from the University of California, Berkeley.

Gilles Yakich

Staff Manager

Gilles Yakich

Staff Manager

Gilles Yakich is responsible for the daily management of staff at the company’s logistics site in Labastide, France. He serves on the Supervisory Board as staff representative.

XPO safety

Safety

XPO’s safety culture prioritizes the well-being of our employees and our customers. One of our main objectives is to achieve zero job-related injuries and accidents. We use training and technology to continuously improve our safety ecosystem, and we have XPO safety professionals positioned across our operating regions. 

 

Our commitment to safe practices is evident in our global Road to Zero initiative and in the strict compliance measures that guide our operations. As a result, we achieve recordable rates that are below industry averages for accidents and OSHA incidents.

 

Our safety team is available to assist customers with programs that can reduce cargo damage, improve security and enhance worker safety. We also offer online safety training for owner-operators in our motor carrier networks.

XPO employees standing in front of sign

Diversity and Inclusion

At XPO, we take pride in having a culture that welcomes women, people of color, LGBT individuals and those who are differently abled. In this way, we create respectful workplaces with a diversity of talents and perspectives.

 

Together with our employees, we're moving forward on gender equity through progressive workplace initiatives, active recruiting of women in all roles and internal promotions. Our female executives, board members and managers serve as role models in our organization. Many have received industry recognitions for their accomplishments.

We believe it’s imperative that our company reflects the diverse makeup of the customers and communities we serve. Our focus on diversity is evident in our Values and our Code of Business Ethics, which specifically define XPO as being respectful and non-discriminatory. Our commitment, however, goes beyond just saying the right things. It’s about doing the right things. Results will always matter to us, and they matter the most when they come from behavior that is fair, respectful, lawful and honest.

 

Beyond our operations, our company is a strong proponent of supplier diversity. We make contracting and procurement opportunities available to businesses owned by women, minorities, veterans and members of the LGBT community, as well as those owned by, or operated in support of, differently abled individuals. In addition, we support supplier initiatives that are important to their organizations and reflect our values.

XPO employee scanning

Sustainability

Our definition of corporate social responsibility includes the economic, environmental and social aspects of XPO as a sustainable business. It encompasses the hundreds of thousands of individuals we touch — our employees, customers, investors, suppliers and the communities where we operate. When we undertake initiatives that transform supply chains for the better, we also reinforce XPO as a responsible brand. 

 

As part of our commitment, we operate our business in a manner that demonstrates a high regard for the environment. Our approach is one of continuous improvement based on innovation. 

 

We promote environmental sustainability in our operations for two reasons. First, it’s good business and the right thing to do. And second, it’s important to many of our stakeholders that we participate in the transition to a low carbon economy. We collaborate with customers to create action plans that reduce the emissions related to their supply chains through route optimization, load consolidation and process automation. 

 

View our Sustainability and CSR Reports

 

In general, women have been underrepresented in our sector. That is why we are proud to communicate the progress we have made in increasing the number of women in the workforce and reducing the gender pay gap. We welcome government initiatives in this important area of public policy. Download our report on the gender pay gap.

 

High standard of conduct

We do not tolerate any conduct that contributes to, encourages or facilitates human trafficking, child labour, forced compulsory labour or any other human rights abuses. Download our Modern Slavery Act Statement.

We operate in full compliance with all regulatory tax laws.