Who’s on the move: June 13, 2022

by Inside Logistics Online Staff


Insurer NFP has appointed Evan Garner to its newly created executive leadership team. Based in Montreal, Garner joined NFP’s Complex Risk Solutions Group in 2021. He has 20 years of industry experience, serving rail, aircraft manufacturing, forestry, power and industrial manufacturing.

Seko Logistics

Kai Lincoln

Seko Logistics has named Kai Lincoln its first global vice-president of sustainability. Based in Sydney, Australia, Lincoln joined Seko in January 2014 as managing director of Seko omni-channel logistics. As part of his work directing ESG efforts for the global company, Lincoln will call on the expertise of Seko’s newly formed ESG committee and regional business leaders in North America, Europe, Asia, and Australia and New Zealand.

Columbia Sportswear Company

Francois Guillon

Columbia Sportswear Company has appointed Francois Guillon as senior vice-president, omni planning and fulfillment. Guillon will report to chief supply chain officer Lisa Kulok. He brings a wealth of leadership experience in planning and digital transformation of supply chain operations, most recently in a variety of roles with Tiffany & Co. Guillon has an MBA from Baruch College in New York and an MPhil from the Université Paris-Sorbonne, Paris, France.

Wesco International

Wesco International, Inc. has announced the retirement of Ted Dosch, executive vice-president, strategy and chief transformation officer, effective August 5, 2022. Dosch has served in this position since June 2020 when Wesco acquired Anixter. He previously served as Anixter’s executive vice-president finance and chief financial officer.


Mark Schultz

Mark Schultz has joined FlexCold as vice-president of sales. Shultz brings over 20 years of supply chain and cold storage operations leadership experience to FlexCold, with 13 of those years as general manager of Preferred Freezer Services in Jacksonville, Florida. Before joining FlexCold, he gained supply chain and logistics experience at Burris Logistics, Patriot Rail Company, and most recently at A.P. Moller – Maersk.

– June 13, 2022