Inside Logistics

Who’s on the move: August 27, 2018

Appointments, promotions, moves and changes in the supply chain sector this week


August 27, 2018
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August 27, 2018

Jeromie Atkinson

TECSYS Inc. has appointed Jeromie Atkinson as senior director, supply chain. Bringing more than two decades of strategic customer-focused experience and extensive knowledge of the healthcare supply chain, both as an internal transformation agent and external business partner, Atkinson will lead TECSYS’ supply chain product marketing team across verticals. He joins the company from UPMC and Intermountain Healthcare. In parallel to his professional experience, Atkinson has helped to advance the academic dialog around supply chain at both the undergraduate and graduate level in the capacity of adjunct professor at both the University of Utah and Weber State University.

August 27, 2018

Steven Leavengood

Steven Leavengood has joined Interroll as vice-president sales and service, US. Leavengood will report on operational matters to Richard Keely, executive vice-president Americas, and to Christoph Reinkemeier, executive vice-president global sales and services, on strategic topics. He will be located in the regional headquarters for the Americas at the Hiram facility near Atlanta, GA. Leavengood has a master’s degree in international management. He has worked for over 20 years in the material handling, automation, and intralogistics fields. His focus has been sales management, business development, and strategy for leading manufacturers and integrators such as Swisslog, Telelift, and Knapp. During his career, Leavengood also has lived overseas, including seven years in Dubai as Swisslog’s Managing Director for the Middle East and Africa.

CEVA Logistics has appointed Terry Carter to the newly created position of senior vice-president transportation for contract logistics. He will be based in the U.S. and report to Brett Bissell, COO contract logistics. In his new role Carter is charged with driving operational and commercial best practices and standardization across CEVA’s Contract Logistics transportation business worldwide. Carter brings more than 25 years’ specialist experience in the logistics and transportation industry. This includes leading DHL’s U.S. operations for five years and serving for more than 20 years at FedEx in several senior leadership positions. In addition, he has held senior posts at Brown Integrated Logistics, Graebel Van Lines, and World Wide Technology, Inc.

– August 27, 2018