Who’s on the move: November 21, 2022

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by Emily Atkins

Nulogy

Michael King

Michael King has joined the Nulogy leadership team as customer experience officer (CXO). In this newly created role, King will report directly to CEO Jason Tham. King’s most recent role was as director with the technology solutions group at MNP, a consultancy. Previously, King served in multiple roles for over a decade at IndustryBuilt Software. At IndustryBuilt, King most recently served as VP of professional services and SVP of customer success. King holds an Engineering degree from McMaster University.

CMA CGM America and American President Lines

Ed Aldridge, president of CMA CGM America and American President Lines (APL), will retire on December 6. Peter Levesque, an international global supply chain executive with more than 30 years of industry leadership experience, will assume the presidency of both CMA CGM America and APL upon his departure. Levesque was president of Ports America Group until 2021. Before that he spent 25 years based in Hong Kong and held leadership positions in international transportation, logistics and supply chain companies including CEO of Modern Terminals Limited, CEVA Logistics and DHL.

American Airlines Cargo

American Airlines Cargo has appointed Greg Schwendinger president. The announcement follows the departure of Jessica Tyler in May who moved to another leadership role within the airline. With more than 15 years of experience at American, Schwendinger most recently led the finance team at AccentCare, a health care services provider.

Hapag-Lloyd North America

Stuart Sandlin will replace Uffe Ostergaard as president of Hapag-Lloyd’s North America region. Sandlin, who is currently senior vice-president (SVP) of sales for the United States, will assume his new position on January 1, 2023, while Ostergaard will take over another management position outside of Hapag-Lloyd in the United States. After joining the company in 2001 as sales executive in Atlanta, Georgia, Sandlin held several management positions in the US and Germany. In 2015, he left Hapag-Lloyd to become president, North America, for the United Arab Shipping Company (UASC). When Hapag-Lloyd acquired UASC in 2017, Sandlin returned to the company and assumed his current position.