Who’s on the move: May 15, 2023

by Inside Logistics Online Staff

Lineage Logistics

Lineage Logistics has appointed Rob Crisci as chief financial officer. Crisci brings more than 25 years of financial leadership experience in the industrial and technology sectors. He will report directly to Lineage’s president and CEO, Greg Lehmkuhl. Crisci joins Lineage from Roper Technologies, where he was executive vice-president and CFO. Before being promoted to CFO, he spent four years as vice-president of finance and investor relations. Before Roper, Crisci worked in investment banking at VRA Partners and Morgan Keegan.

Atlas Air Worldwide

Michael Steen, executive vice-president and chief commercial officer at Atlas Air Worldwide, has been appointed CEO, effective June 15, 2023. Steen succeeds John Dietrich, who is retiring from the company after nearly 25 years. Spencer Schwartz, executive vice-president and CFO, is also retiring from his role, effective June 15, 2023. Steen has more than 30 years of experience in aviation and logistics, including 16 years of executive leadership experience with Atlas. He has served as chief commercial officer since 2007. In addition to his role at Atlas, he currently serves on the board of directors at CHC Helicopters. Dietrich’s retirement follows a highly accomplished career at Atlas, where he held numerous leadership roles since 1999. Schwartz is retiring following a 35-year career in finance, including nearly 15 years at Atlas. Artem Gonopolskiy, senior vice-president, financial planning and analysis, will assume the role of interim CFO following Schwartz’s retirement as the company conducts a formal search process for a permanent successor.

Peak Technologies

Peak Technologies has named René Schrama its chief revenue officer (CRO). In addition to his new role, Schrama will continue his leadership responsibilities as managing director for Europe. Schrama joined Peak Technologies in November 2020 and has served as managing director for Europe since October 2021. Following his business studies degree in international marketing, Schrama held various international sales leadership roles with Symbol Technologies and Motorola Solutions. In 2014, Schrama started his own consulting company, advising corporations such as Zebra Technologies, Scansource, Datalogic, Toshiba and Polycom on their go-to-market strategies across Asia, Europe, North America and South America.