Inside Logistics

Who’s on the move this week [October 2, 2012]

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


October 2, 2012
by MM&D staff

Mike Franczak has resigned from CP after 25 years of employment at the railway. Until his departure he held the title of executive vice-president and chief operations officer. CP says the position of COO will not be filled at this time.

Tracy Perdue

Tracy Perdue is the new senior sales engineer for Intelligrated’s southern regional operations. He will report to Howard Hammer, the sales manager for the Mason, Ohio-based company’s southern regional operations.

Fort Myers, Florida-based Data2Logistics has hired a new executive. Leif Holm-Andersen has joined the company as the executive director of Data2Logistics’ professional services group.

Zug, Switzerland-based Transocean, an offshore oil and gas drilling company, has a new executive vice-president and chief of staff. Ihab Toma will take on those roles and will be responsible for the company’s global supply chain operations, human resources and information technology management strategies.

Reading, Pennsylvania-based Fortna has promoted Andrew Breckenridge to the role of executive vice-president. Fornta is a distribution consulting firm.

Clark Material Handling Company promoted Rob Smith to the position of marketing supervisor. Smith will report to Bo Maslanyk, vice-president of sales and marketing and will be responsible for overseeing the marketing, advertising and graphic design functions for the Lexington, Kentucky-based  company.