Indian Transport & Logistics

Rajesh Kapase is Trackon's new CEO

His last professional stint was at logistics start-up Spoton Logistics which has been acquired by Delhivery

Rajesh Kapase is Trackons new CEO

Rajesh Kapase is the new CEO of Trackon

Leading logistics enterprise Trackon has recently announced the appointment of Rajesh Kapase as its CEO. Kapase's appointment is slated to aid the company in transforming into a digital-first, technology-driven global logistics service provider. His last professional stint was at logistics start-up Spoton Logistics which has been acquired by Delhivery.

While reacting to the development, PK Anand, MD, Trackon said, "We are looking forward to having Kapase join us as CEO in this growth phase. He is a proven leader for scaling organizations, and we believe he will provide the leadership and vision required for the next phase of Trackon's business growth." Kapase's digital transformation experience is expected to help Trackon strengthen channel partnerships, develop strategic alliances and expand its reach, Anand added further on the appointment.

Kapase has over two decades of technology leadership experience in the logistics and supply chain space. As per the company, some of his strengths include having a tech-first approach to solving complex problems that can create solutions for the customer.

"I am looking forward to joining Trackon at this exciting time for our employees, customers, and business associates. Our goal as a team is to transform Trackon into a global logistics company by leveraging technology," said Kapase on his appointment.

Founded in 2002, Trackon claims to serve 5,000 pin codes every day, which is expected to reach 10,000 pin codes over the next few years. At present, Trackon claims that it handles over two lakh consignments every day, and this number will grow to 3.5 lakhs by next year. Trackon's premium product – Prime Track, launched in 2010, guarantees bluechip service and prompt delivery, catering to high value and urgent consignments.

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