Who’s on the move: April 4, 2022

by Inside Logistics Online Staff

Cando Rail & Terminals

Lisa Smith

Cando Rail & Terminals has named Lisa Smith to the newly created role of assistant vice-president of safety, environmental and regulatory. She was previously director, corporate safety. Smith has been an integral part of the corporate safety team since joining Cando as a safety officer in 2016. She has 25 years of railway operations, management and safety experience. Before joining Cando in 2016, she was a conductor, locomotive engineer, and manager for CP.


Susan Floyd

Drivercheck has hired Susan Floyd as its director of marketing and Will Lumb as director of revenue operations. Floyd has more than 20 years of experience in both business-to-business and business-to-customer roles across the financial services, entertainment, and retail sectors. She is a past judge of the Canadian Marketing Association (CMA) Awards, PR chairwoman of Women in Capital Markets, member of the CMA Brand Strategy Council and holds an MBA from the University of Edinburgh. Lumb has more than 15 years of experience. In addition to an MBA, he has earned a Six Sigma Black Belt and a Certified Customer Experience Professional. 

DHL Supply Chain

Stephan Schablinski

DHL Supply Chain has promoted Stephan Schablinski to vice-president, operations excellence – GoGreen. Schablinski will be responsible for developing and leading the North American GoGreen strategic agenda, including serving as a leading member of the North American ESG steering committee. After joining DHL in 2001, Schablinski has helped drive the organization’s GoGreen agenda since its inception in 2008. His most recent role was vice-president, Global GoGreen, DHL Supply Chain.

Transport Canada

The federal government has made numerous appointments and reappointments in the transportation sector. John Lopinski of Port Colborne, Ontario has been reappointed as director of The Federal Bridge Corporation Limited for a term of four years. Claudine Gros Louis of Québec city has been appointed as director of the Quebec Port Authority for a term of three years. Denis Bernard (Bécancour, Quebec) has been appointed as director of the Trois-Rivières Port Authority for a term of three years.