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New Managing Director sets out vision for growth and innovation at Cabfind

Lee Wasnidge
Cabfind has welcomed a new Managing Director with a clear strategy to drive growth and innovation in the fast changing world of on-demand managed mobility solutions.  
Lee Wasnidge has been appointed by global transport company, Transdev to strengthen Cabfind's market leading mobility solutions that get people and products to the right place at the right time

Lee joined Transdev earlier this year as Strategy Director after more than seven years at Northern Rail where he was Regional Director for the North West and then later, Transition Director. He is a knowledgeable and skilled corporate leader with a detailed understanding of the transport sector and a career background in logistics.  

Based at Cabfind's headquarters on Merseyside, Lee said he was delighted to join the team.  

"With a deep pool of talent and an exceptionally strong customer base, this is a really exciting time to lead Cabfind.  

"The transport sector is going through a massive period of change thanks to technology-driven applications which offer exceptional opportunities to broaden our appeal and application.  

"I will be looking to strengthen Cabfind's ground-breaking services, work closely with our supply chain and deliver outstanding service to our customers."  

Using a country-wide network of private hire and executive vehicles, Cabfind combines industry-leading online booking services with value-added innovation and operational efficiencies.  

Its client base includes leading travel management companies, corporate businesses, SMEs and individual users. Cabfind has specialist expertise in the rail, media and logistics sectors,  

Lee is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Logistics with an MBA from the Manchester Business School.

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