Inside Logistics

Who's on the move this week [November 5, 2013]

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


November 5, 2013
by MM&D staff

Gerry Marini has joined Brampton, Ontario-based Lomas Logistics. He will be the business development specialist for the company, which acts as a distributor of ingredients, raw materials and packaging products for food and apparel retailers.

Greene, New York-based fork truck manufacturer, Raymond Corp, has hired Gary Kirchner as vice-president of sales. He will also be responsible for the company’s service centres.

Mark Halverson, Quantum Retail

Mark Halverson is the new vice-president of professional services at Quantum Retail Technology Inc. He will oversee the company’s client program management, solution deployment and delivery, support and management of client partnerships during the implementation cycles. Minneapolis, Minnesota-based Quantum offers retail-focused supply chain management and inventory optimization solutions.

Profitect, a Waltham, Massachusetts-based company that produces software designed to help retailers reduce costs in their supply chains, has appointed Deborah Weinswig to be its chief customer officer.

Shaun Hawkett, Globe Air Cargo

Shaun Hawkett has been appointed commercial director USA for Globe Air Cargo, a division of Roissy CDG Cedex, France-based ECS Group. He will be based in the company’s New York, New York office.

Frank Adelman has been named president and CEO of Pegasus TransTech, a Tampa, Florida-based company that provides electronic revenue cycle, document management, and invoicing solutions to the transportation industry. He replaces Bob Helms, who is retiring.

Supply chain consultancy Forte has made a number of new hires. Jeff Cunningham and Will Nowak have accepted positions as senior consultants with the Mason, Ohio-based company. Randie Bumgardner has joined as a consultant/analyst, and Brittany Encinas is the new marketing and sales support coordinator.