Who’s on the move: August 8, 2022

by Inside Logistics Online Staff

RoadOne

RoadOne IntermodaLogistics has appointed Don Taylor as executive vice-president. Taylor will work in concert with David McLaughlin, chief operating officer (COO) and chief financial ffficer (CFO) at RoadOne, overseeing operational activities at every level of the organization. Taylor was formerly with Universal Intermodal Services, Inc., a drayage and intermodal logistics services company. He held a number of positions including terminal and regional manager, director of terminal development, vice-president and president. His career spanned more than 16 years.

Trucking Association Executives Council

Motor Transport Association of Connecticut president Joseph Sculley has been named national chairman of the Trucking Association Executives Council (TAEC) for a one-year term. Since taking over as MTAC president in 2015, Sculley has been a leader in representing the trucking industry. In Connecticut he has successfully fought potentially harmful tolling efforts, improved the association’s drug testing and insurance programs and has served on the American Transportation Research Institute’s Research Advisory Committee. Before MTAC, Sculley was director of government relations for the Truck Renting and Leasing Association. He succeeds Paul Enos, president and CEO of the Nevada Trucking Association. TAEC’s mission is to promote the trucking industry. ATA also announced Arkansas Trucking Association president Shannon Newton would be serving as TAEC vice-chair.

SourceDay

Adeel Najmi

SourceDay has hired Adeel Najmi as CPO. Najmi brings 30 years in the supply chain field, with 14 product launches, as well as supply chain management transformations at 25 Fortune 500 companies. He’s led teams that have introduced breakthrough solutions for supply chain planning, inventory management, sales and operations planning, consumer packaged goods (CPG) revenue growth management and supply chain resilience.

Trax Technologies

Trax Technologies has promoted Josh Bouk president and Chris Cassidy chief revenue officer. Bouk recently held the title of chief revenue officer at Trax before becoming president of the company. He came to Trax after serving at Cass Information Systems for six years as vice-president of global cales and marketing. Before that, Bouk led the growth of Veramark Technologies, completing three strategic acquisitions and establishing a new brand, Calero Software. Cassidy recently held the title of executive vice-president of global sales and strategic partnerships before being named chief revenue officer. Most recently, he served as a leadership partner with Gartner. Before that, Cassidy led the global healthcare logistics strategy as an executive vice-president for UPS. Prior to UPS, Cassidy held multiple executive leadership roles within global supply chain and logistics for GlaxoSmithKline over a 12-year period.