Who’s on the move: November 7, 2022

by Inside Logistics Online Staff

Foundation for Supply Chain Solutions

Henry Canitz, Nulogy‘s vice-president, industry strategy, has been appointed to the board of directors of the Foundation for Supply Chain Solutions (F4SS). Founded in 2006, F4SS is a trade association focused on building and strengthening supply chain partnerships within the fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) industry. Canitz brings more than 30 years of supply chain experience to the F4SS Board.

Liesbeth Oudkerk

Qatar Airways Cargo

Liesbeth Oudkerk has joined Qatar Airways Cargo as senior vice-president, cargo sales and network planning. Oudkerk brings over 25 years of experience in the airline sector, having worked for KLM, where she occupied leading positions in various departments, including digital transformation and cargo network and freighter management. 

AFS Logistics

AFS Logistics has appointed Micheal McDonagh president of parcel. McDonagh has over 15 years of pricing and logistics experience, including nearly 10 years at FedEx. Most recently, McDonagh was vice-president of parcel at FreightWise. Early in his career, he spent seven years at FedEx in marketing and financial analysis. He later served as director of strategy and process improvement for Target Freight Management before becoming COO and controller for Clark Testing. McDonagh returned to FedEx for a brief stint in the solutions and pricing of healthcare department. McDonagh earned a BA from University of Galway, Ireland and a MBA in finance from Duquesne University.

Chris Pickett

Flock Freight

Flock Freight is promoting chief strategy officer (CSO) Chris Pickett to the newly-added chief operations officer (COO) role. Pickett, who first joined Flock as CSO in July of 2021, has over 20 years of commercial experience. After spending his early career in distribution network design and software development and implementation, he joined the early leadership team at Coyote Logistics soon after the organization’s inception in 2006. Along the way, he also earned degrees in industrial engineering, logistics, and business administration from Virginia Tech, MIT, and Georgia Tech, respectively.