A member of the College of Economists in Madrid, Francisco Aranda holds a master’s degree in marketing from the José Ortega y Gasset Foundation and an executive education certificate from IESE Business School’s Strategic Management and Social Leadership Program.
The current secretary-general of UNO and vice-president of CITET (Logistics and Transport Innovation Centre), he also serves as the spokesperson for the Independent Business Confederation of Madrid (CEIM-CEOE), member of the Spanish Confederation of Employers’ Organizations (CEOE) and an EU advisor on the digital economy. In 2018, he was invited to attend the 1st Summit on Technological Innovation and Circular Economy in Spain, an event organized by the Advanced Leadership Foundation which included the participation of former U.S. President Barack Obama.
UNO is a logistics and transport organization comprised by companies that design, organize, manage and control one or more phases on the supply-chain process (supply, transport, storage, distribution, final packaging, inter-modality, last mile delivery, air cargo, urban mobility, etc.) using own and third-party physical, technological, IT infrastructures.