Inside Logistics

Who’s on the move this week [January 21, 2013]

Who’s hired, who’s moving around in the supply chain sector


January 21, 2013
by MM&D staff

Travis Maxey is the new vice-president of business development at Concord, North Carolina-based Cardinal Logistics Management. His duties will include establishing new business relationships and increasing sales at the transportation provider. Before joining Cardinal, he was vice-president of sales with Ruan Transport Corp.

A number of promotions were handed out by Brentwood, Tennessee-based 3PL OHL. Randy Tucker, who held the title of executive vice-president of human resources and the project management office has been named as president of OHL contract logistics. Eric Douglas has moved from the company’s strategic project office to the role of CIO. Hoyt Fitzsimmons, who served as senior vice-president of operations with OHL contract logistics is now executive vice-president of human resources and the strategic project office. Mike Honious has been named executive vice-president within OHL contract logistics after an assortment of duties and titles.

Jason Beardall

Salt Lake City-based England Logistics has named Jason Beardall as its new president. Before his promotion, he was executive vice-president at the 3PL. He succeeds Josh England, who was promoted to the role of chief financial officer of England Logistics’ parent company C R England.

Rail company CSX Corp, has promoted Andrew Glassman to the role of vice-president of operations finance. Glassman joined Jacksonville, Florida-based CSX in 2004 and most recently he served as assistant vice-president of intermodal marketing.