Who’s on the move: January 10, 2022

by Inside Logistics Online Staff

Logistec

Lukas Loeffler

Lukas Loeffler has joined Logistec‘s board of directors. Based in the USA, Loeffler has extensive international experience. He served as president of the global water and wastewater segment at Schneider Electric from 2015 to 2020. Previously, Loeffler was president and CEO at Siemens Water Technologies. He currently serves on the board of Nijhuis Saur Industries B.V. based in the Netherlands, and on the board at HYDAC North America.

Campbell Soup Company

Dan Poland

Daniel Poland has been appointed executive vice-president and chief supply chain officer at  Campbell Soup Company. Poland succeeds Bob Furbee who is retiring after 38 years of service. Poland joins Campbell from Kind Snacks where he was chief operating officer since 2019. Previously, he was executive vice-president and chief supply chain officer at Pinnacle Foods. Earlier in his career, Poland spent approximately 15 years at the H.J. Heinz Company, where he held roles ranging from plant manager through chief supply chain officer of Heinz North America. Poland earned an MBA from the University of Iowa.

IANA

The Intermodal Association of North America (IANA) has appointed its 2022 board of directors and officers, welcoming two new members: Christopher Brach, senior vice-president and general manager of Clipper Exxpress Co. DBA Radiant Clipper, and Donna Lemm, chief commercial officer of IMC Companies. Noel Hacegaba, deputy executive director of the Port of Long Beach, was re-elected chairman of the board. Shelli Austin, president of InTek Freight & Logistics Inc. and Tom Williams, group vice-president, consumer products at BNSF Railway, were re-elected as vice-chairman and treasurer, respectively. Continuing members of the Board of Directors are Trevor Ash, CIE Manufacturing, Inc.; Shelli Austin, InTek Freight & Logistics Inc.; Michael Burton, C&K Trucking, LLC; Robert A. Cannizzaro, Virginia International Terminals, Inc.; Douglas Hoehn, Milestone Equipment Holdings; Tim Humbert, C.H. Robinson; Maryclare Kenney, CSX Transportation; Kevin Lhotak, Reliable Transportation Specialists, Inc.; and Barbara Melvin, South Carolina Ports Authority.