Who’s on the move this week [April 5, 2012]

by Array

Jack Bradley

Jack Bradley is the new vice-president, operations, at United Van Lines (Canada) Ltd. His new duties including leading, mentoring and developing the operations team of the Mississauga, Ontario-based company. He will be responsible for strategic business development, will contribute to corporate planning initiatives, will work to make operations more cost-effective, and will support customer service delivery.

The Automotive Industry Action Group (AIAG), which is based in Southfield, Michigan, has appointed Guy Wagner to its board of directors. Wagner is director of purchasing administration, cost management and strategy for Nissan North America, and leads the company’s supplier relations and diversity initiatives

Sherry Sanger

Penske Truck Leasing has promoted Sherry Sanger from vice-president of marketing to senior vice-president of marketing. She will now be responsible for all marketing functions globally, including strategic marketing, promotional activities, market research and interactive marketing for Penske Truck Leasing and Penske Logistics.

Tory, Michigan-based Meritor Inc has made two appointments. Craig Cartmill is the new vice-president, aftermarket, Americas. He will lead the development and execution of the company’s North and South American strategic business plan and will lead the Meritor Logistics business globally. Doug Wolma is the company’s new general manager, global aftermarket operations. He has responsibility for leading the company’s global operations and strategic deployment, including the re-manufacturing, distribution, supply chain and worldwide aftermarket operations.

Encompass Global Logistics LLC has hired Tom Hickey to run its new regional headquarters in New York. The new office will support the Irvine, California-based 3PL’s northern and southeastern US operations. Also working out of the office will be two new directors of sales, Thomas O’Rourke and Christine Johnson Haddad.