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Phoebus van Deventer Profile

Phoebus van Deventer has a lengthy record of success in the logistics arena in his native South Africa. Together with his family, he relocated to the UK in 2000 and the following year joined Gist at Ocado. He later took over responsibility of Gist’s multi-user site in Tamworth.

After attaining an MSc in Logistics and Supply Chain Management from Cranfield University in 2003, Phoebus went on to establish the UK operation of Idrawfast, the world’s largest architectural visualisation company, which he later franchised in Dublin and Paris.

In 2011 Phoebus acquired Minster stating that the company attracted his attention with three main strengths; the quality and dedication of the long-serving team, a robust product portfolio and the position of trust Minster holds with its clients.

Phoebus hopes to add fresh commercial perspective to the business and drive innovation to the benefit of our growing customer base.

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