Following on from a very successful Cannes boatshow Peters & May is delighted to announce their increased presence in the South of France with the joining of Olivier Benoist in the region.
Based in Cannes, Olivier Benoist will be working closely with our global offices and provide on the ground support for clients and offices to further develop Peters & May’s bespoke logistics solutions and expertise across the region. With a wealth of experience Olivier is a key asset in Peters & May’s continued growth in the South of France, which is a regular port call for our sailings.
With established offices in France, Germany, Spain and Italy, Olivier will join an already extensive team across Europe, with further support from the three additional Peters & May Group international offices and widespread network of agents across the globe. All of which enables Peters & May to provide a truly local expert service worldwide and support to all its customers.
Peters & May Italy MD Stefano Grotti commented “We are very excited to welcome Olivier to Peters & May, his vast knowledge and experience in the industry, will make Olivier a great addition to the team. Peters & May have seen an increase in demand for their service in the South of France and it is a key area for us, so having a dedicated team member in the region will enable us to provide the expert knowledge and bespoke solutions needed”.
Remarking on his appointment, Olivier Benoist said “I am excited to be working with Peters & May in the South of France region. Being located in Cannes and with many years’ experience in the shipping industry, will allow me to provide expert advice and the tailored solutions that our customers need face to face with a local expert"
Peters & May’s regular sailings to and from the South of France provide easy transport options from Northern Europe, Transatlantic and the Middle and Far East to popular ports including Nice and Villefranche-sur-Mer, and the neighbouring Italian port of Genova.
Stefano Grotti, Peters & May Italy MD, welcoming Olivier Benoist.