Inside Logistics

Who’s on the move this week: January 27, 2014

Supply chain appointments, promotions and moves


January 27, 2014
by MM&D Online staff

Mark Moncion joins Canada Cartage as National Director of Safety and Compliance. Moncion comes to Canada Cartage with over 25 years of experience in the transportation sector. Most recently, he was director of transportation compliance for a leading provider of environmental, energy industrial, and transportation services throughout North America. Previously, he was national director of safety and training services for the largest trucking insurance company in Canada. Moncion also spent significant portion of his career with the Ontario Ministry of Transportation Carrier Safety Enforcement Branch, where he worked in several leadership roles in enforcement, strategic, operational, and business planning roles.

Two industry leaders join GS1 Canada’s Board of Governors. Grant Froese, chief administration officer with Loblaw Companies Ltd oversees a number of centralized functions for LCL, including Supply Chain, IT, E-Commerce, Loss Prevention, Food Safety/Regulatory Affairs, Marketing, Control Brands, GNFR, Off-shore Procurement and Business Process Design. His primary area of focus is currently Loblaws¹ SAP implementation ­ the largest retail SAP deployment in North America. He joined Loblaw in 1978 as a store colleague and held various category and leadership positions within the organization. John LeBoutillier is president & CEO at Unilever Canada. He began his career in account management at Ogilvy & Mather advertising. He joined the US operations of Kraft Foods in 1992 and held a succession of posts in the Beverage Division. After leading the integration of the newly acquired Balance Bar business into Kraft, he held several senior positions including SVP & General Manager of the Desserts Division; SVP, Marketing for the Nabisco Cracker business; and SVP & General Manager of the Coffee Division, in the United States.

OHL, a 3PL, announced that Stephen Downey recently joined the organization as vice-president, healthcare vertical. Downey brings significant healthcare logistics and operations expertise to the organization. Before joining OHL, Downey served as vice-president at Integra Life Sciences, a medical device organization. During his nine-year tenure with Integra, he held leadership positions in logistics and customer service, both in the US and internationally. His 20-plus year history with various medical device organizations has included roles in logistics, supply chain, operations, sales & marketing and executive leadership.