Motion Industries, Inc. recently announced three management changes. Randy Breaux was promoted to executive vice-president of marketing, distribution, and purchasing. In 2016, Breaux was promoted to his most recent position of senior vice-president of marketing, distribution, and purchasing. He joined Motion Industries in 2011 as senior vice-president after 20+ successful years at Baldor Electric Co. Kevin Storer was promoted to executive vice-president of U.S. operations and president of Mi Mexico, and will maintain responsibility for all field branch sales in the United States and Mexico. Storer began his career with Motion Industries in the West
Group in 1987, and held significant positions in the company before being promoted in 2016 to his most recent position as senior vice-president of U.S. operations and president of Mi Mexico. Also, Mark Stoneburner was promoted to senior vice-president of industry segments and business development.
He joined Motion Industries in 2016 as corporate account vice-president – industry segments, bringing with him 33 years of industry experience. Stoneburner will continue to share responsibility for merger and acquisition (M&A ) strategy.
The Board of Directors of FedEx Corporation elected Susan Patricia (Tricia) Griffith as a director. The board also appointed Ms. Griffith as a member of its Information Technology Oversight and Nominating & Governance Committees. Griffith currently serves as president and CEO and a director of The Progressive Corporation, a property and casualty insurance company. Griffith was named one of FORTUNE magazine’s “Most Powerful Women in Business” in 2016 and 2017.
Americold Realty Trust, the world’s largest owner and operator of temperature-controlled warehouses, recently appointed Jim Snyder as executive vice-president and chief legal officer. Snyder brings more than 20 years of executive-level legal experience to Americold, having previously served in senior roles with Home Depot, Family Dollar Stores and, most recently, Pet Retail Brands as chief legal officer. Prior to his in-house career, Snyder was a partner with King & Spalding. Snyder is a graduate of Wake Forest University and received his law degree from George Washington University.