Inside Logistics

Who’s on the move this week [March 29, 2012]

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


March 29, 2012
by MM&D staff

The Ottawa-based Canadian Airports Council has two new senior board members. Tom Ruth, who serves as Halifax International Airport Authority president and CEO, has been elected board chair. He succeeds Saskatoon Airport Authority president and CEO Bill Restall in the position. Bernard LeBlanc, president and CEO of Saint John Airport Inc, was elected vice-chair. Greater Toronto Airports Authority president and CEO Howard Eng and Regina Airport Authority president and CEO Jim Hunter were also added to the board.

Jim Mozer

Jim Mozer

Jim Mozer is the new senior vice president of New Bremen, Ohio-based Crown Equipment Corp. He will oversee Crown’s international sales and marketing programs as well as business operations throughout the Americas and the Asia Pacific region. Mozer will replace Jim Moran, who is joining Crown’s board of directors.

EXTOL International of Pottsville, Pennsylvania has appointed Reeve Fritchman as its first chief strategy officer. Before joining EXTOL, he was senior solutions manager in Microsoft’s Solutions Delivery Group. Fritchman will lead the company’s marketing, customer outreach and cloud computing programs.

The Des Plaines, Illinois-based International Warehouse Logistics Association has elected new board officers. Arthur Barrett, president of Barrett Distribution Centers, is the new IWLA chair, succeeding Linda Hothem, who will now have the title of past chair. Former IWLA treasurer, Paul Verst, president and CEO of Verst Group Logistics, moves into the roles of vice-chair and chair-elect. President of United Warehouses, Tom Herche, moves from secretary to treasurer, and Rob Doyle takes over as secretary. He is Commercial Warehousing Inc’s vice-president of business development.