Who’s on the Move: December 19, 2022

by Inside Logistics Online Staff

Maersk

On January 1, 2023, Vincent Clerc will be appointed new CEO of A.P. Møller – Mærsk A/S replacing Søren Skou who will leave the group. Clerc is currently CEO of Ocean & Logistics and has been with the group for 25 years.

Propane Education & Research Council

Gavin Hale

Gavin Hale has joined the Propane Education & Research Council as vice-president in charge of business development. Hale arrives at PERC from Deutz Corporation, where he served as director of new power system business development and market and technology development. Before that, Hale worked for Power Solutions International (PSI) as their vice-president of sales. Before PSI, he was manager for new business development at Caterpillar Machine Engines.

Nucor Warehouse Systems

Reed Reynolds is being promoted to commercial director of Nucor Warehouse Systems (NWS), effective January 1, 2023.  Reynolds joined the team as chief operating officer of Hannibal in 2018, and after Nucor acquired Hannibal in 2021, he became the division manager. Before that Nucor Warehouse Systems, Reynolds worked at California Steel Industries (CSI) for 14 years in leadership roles in the commercial group and was sales manager when he left CSI in 2018.

GreyOrange

Guido Frantzen

GreyOrange has appointed Guido Frantzen as chief financial officer. Before joining GreyOrange, Frantzen was CFO at Kasasa, Zola Electric and eMeter Corporation. In addition to his CFO experiences, Frantzen worked in different financial roles at Siemens.

ASL Aviation Holdings

Jean-François Dominiak, CEO of ASL Airlines France, has retired from the airline. He began his career at Air Inter, where he contributed to setting up ICS, Air Inter’s cargo company, before participating in the creation of L’Aéropostale, a joint subsidiary of the Air France Group and La Poste, where he successively held the positions of Financial Director, then Commercial Director. In 2000 L’Aéropostale was replaced by Europe Airpost, owned 100 percent by La Poste with Dominiak as CEO. Subsequently, Europe Airpost became an integral part of the ASL group in 2008 and was rebranded as ASL Airlines France in 2015.