Who’s on the move this week [November 20, 2012]

by MM&D staff
John Blyzinskyj

Supply chain integration and optimization solutions provider Elemica has a new chief executive officer. The board of the Exton, Pennsylvania-based company named John Blyzinskyj to the role of CEO.

Arpac, a Chicago, Illinois-based packaging company, has added John Moran to its sales team. Moran will be western regional sales director and work with Tim Kramer to provide sales support to a territory that includes British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Yukon Territory and the Northwest Territories in addition to a number of US states. Moran has experience in the packaging industry, having worked for Pearson Packaging Systems. The company also promoted James Barbone to the role of eastern regional sales director. He will work with Chip Irish in a territory that includes Nunavut, Manitoba, Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Newfoundland and Labrador.

Chicago, Illinois-headquartered Neovia Logistics Services, (formerly known as Caterpillar Logistics Services) appointed Joe Tomczak as chief financial officer.

Laura Easley
Chris Baltz

Chris Baltz was promoted to the position of president and CEO of Transportation Insight, a Hickory, North Carolina-based 3PL. Founder and chair Paul Thompson will continue to provide strategic direction and handle partnerships and acquisitions. The company also promoted Laura Easley to the role of chief operating officer.