Inside Logistics

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

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


May 29, 2012
by MM&D staff

Deutsche Post subsidiary Excel has made a number of management changes. Scott Cubbler is now president of life sciences and healthcare. He is responsible for the division’s business development in the US and Canada and will lead its sector strategy for the Americas. Franklin Littleton is now senior vice-president of managed transportation and consumer/life sciences and healthcare. Since the transportation portfolio is a new responsibility for Littleton, that will be his immediate focus. Troy Mascarenhas is the new president of supply chain management, which provides dedicated Canadian logistics support to a retail customer. He is based in Toronto. Randy Rogers is now president of energy and chemicals for the Americas. He will be responsible for business in the US and Canada, will provide customer support, and will lead the sector strategy for the Americas.

Not-for-proft supply chain standards organization, GS1 Canada has appointed Sylvain Prud’homme to its board of governors. Prud’homme is executive vice-president at Loblaw Companies Ltd where he oversees the grocery business unit for conventional banners in Canada.

Christopher O'Brien, CH Robinson

3PL CHRobinson has a new senior vice-president of transportation. Christopher O’Brien moves from the position of vice-president of transportation into the the more senior role with the Eden Prairie, Minnesota-based company. He has been with the company since 1993.

Indianapolis, Indiana-based freight-forwarder Cargo Services Inc has made two appointments. Jefferson Clay is the new director of the business development team. Before joining the company he was at Platinum Cargo Logistics. Also joining the company is Emily Hoffman. She worked at UPS Supply Chain Solutions before becoming a ocean export department agent with Cargo Services.