Inside Logistics

CSCSC elects new board


August 24, 2010
by MM&D Staff

Dwayne Hihn is the new chair of the Canadian Supply Chain Sector Council (CSCSC). Hihn—who is president of Manitoulin Global Forwarding—succeeds Don Borsk, chief operating officer at Metro Retail Supply Chain Solutions, who has held the position since the council’s inception in 2006. Borsk will remain on the board as past chair for two years.

“The needs of employers, along with those of current and future employees, in the supply chain sector are constantly evolving,” Hihn said. “The CSCSC, working together with all of our partners, provides a great opportunity to unite our sector to ensure we have an energized, talented and sustainable labour force today and in the future.”

The CSCSC elected its new executive committee at its annual general meeting in Halifax, Nova Scotia earlier this summer.

Vice-chairs of the executive include David McCormack of Pivotal Action Force Industrial Staffing Solutions, Darren Christle of Manitoba Infrastructure and Transportation’s Motor Carrier Division and Maria Lindenberg of Chevron Global Downstream LLC. In total, the board now includes 20 directors, two observers and one ex officio member.