Who’s on the move: February 21, 2022

by Inside Logistics Online Staff


Adam Gurga

Cimcorp has added Adam Gurga, sales manager, and Collin Russell, director of business development, to its North American sales team. Gurga brings 14 years of experience in the supply chain, warehousing, and food & beverage industries. Russell brings knowledge of micro-fulfillment. Gurga and Russell will both report to director of sales, Derek Rickard.

United Transfer

In the wake of its acquisition by Fastfrate Group, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan-based United Transfer Limited has appointed Ross Glover as regional manager for Saskatchewan. He reports to Richard Rose, vice-president, Prairies region at Fastfrate Group. Glover will lead and manage the United Transfer Limited team in Saskatoon and Regina.


Stefan Morissette

JLL has hired Stefan Morissette as senior vice-president, and Mark Callaghan as associate vice-president, as part of its Vancouver industrial team. Morissette will focus on the Lower Mainland industrial markets. Previously, Morissette was vice-president, industrial sales and leasing at Colliers International. He has over 13 years of experience across Richmond, Delta, Surrey, Burnaby and Vancouver. Callaghan emerged as a top rookie at Colliers International, specializing in the sales and leasing of industrial properties in Burnaby, Vancouver, Richmond and Delta.

World Shipping Council

John Bradshaw has joined the World Shipping Council (WSC) in a global role as technical director for environment and safety, and James Corbett as environmental director, Europe. Bradshaw will begin in mid-May, starting first from his current location in the U.K. and then moving to Singapore with his family. In addition to supporting environmental work at the IMO and the EU, John will expand WSC capabilities in the Asia Pacific region on both environmental and safety matters. Bradshaw is a maritime regulatory specialist and marine engineer with experience with maritime engineering, technical and policy matters, including representing the shipping industry at the International Maritime Organization (IMO). In his current position as technical director at the International Chamber of Shipping (ICS), his work has focused on climate change mitigation measures and emissions to air. James Corbett will fill a new position as environmental director, Europe, where he will work on the agenda built around the EU Green Deal initiative. Coming on board full time as of 1 April, he will start work from the U.S. and make the move to Brussels as soon as possible. Corbett is expert on vessel air emissions and transportation environmental policy, and is a professor at the University of Delaware and research consultant. He is a principal at the Energy and Environmental Research Associates (EERA) and a scholar who conducts technology-policy research related to transportation, including air emissions from maritime transport, energy and environmental impacts of freight transportation, and assessment of technological and policy strategies for improving goods movement.