Who’s on the move: February 11, 2019

by Inside Logistics Online Staff
February 11, 2019
Dale Glen

SpotSee has promoted Dale Glen from director of supply chain to vice-president of supply chain. Glen has more than 24 years of experience in manufacturing, quality control, plant management and supply chain optimization. Additionally, he has earned several industry certifications including a Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification. Before starting at SpotSee in 2012, Glen was a materials manager at General Cable Corporation. While there, he was responsible for materials flow, scheduling, inventory, purchasing, distribution and customer satisfaction. Previously, Glen was a manufacturing manager for Gepco and ISOTEC. He worked at ISOTEC for 13 years in multiple positions including plant manager and shift production supervisor before transitioning to Gepco.

February 11, 2019
David Bronczek

David J. Bronczek, FedEx Corp.’s president and chief operating officer, has been elected to the Board of Directors. With his election, the Board now has 13 members, including 11 independent directors. Bronczek is responsible for all FedEx operating companies and is a member of the five-person executive committee. He is also co-president and co-CEO of FedEx Services, which provides sales, marketing, information technology, communications, customer service, and other support functions for U.S. customers of major FedEx business units. Bronczek started as an hourly team member on the front lines of the company’s pickup and delivery operations in 1976 and progressed through leadership roles in sales and operations. His responsibilities have included serving as president of FedEx Express in Canada and the Europe, Middle East and Africa region. He was named executive vice-president and chief operating officer of FedEx Express in 1998 before becoming president and CEO of FedEx Express in 2000. In 2017, Bronczek was named president and chief operating officer of FedEx Corporation.

Slync has appointed international supply chain expert Thomas Wrobleski from its advisory board to chief strategy officer. Wrobleski, formally the executive vice-president of global strategic accounts at Chainalytics, brings extensive supply chain and large-scale business transformation experience to the Slync team. He was previously a senior client partner at Korn Ferry working with their largest clients around the world. His experience includes senior roles at A.T. Kearney, Capgemini Consulting and Alix Partners.

Ryan Manero joins Slync after several years as a leading revenue generator and account leader at Elementum. He will become the global sales director. Manero has been a top revenue producer for leading supply chain technology companies throughout his career, working with Fortune 500 and global multinational customers. He was a consistent top performer during his nine years with GT Nexus, where he also ran the high-tech and electronics segment. Early in his career, Manero worked in the logistics sector for Panalpina and other logistics companies.

– February 11, 2019