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Who’s on the move: February 25, 2019

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


February 25, 2019
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Natalie Kinloch has been appointed as the new CEO of The Federal Bridge Corporation Limited (FBCL) for a five year term. Kinloch has occupied several key senior roles within the Corporation since joining FBCL in 2009, including her most recent role as chief financial and operating officer. In addition to her executive role, Kinloch is a member of the FBCL Board of Directors, is the chair of the Board of Directors of the Sault Ste. Marie Bridge Authority and a member of the Board of Directors of the Thousand Islands Bridge Authority and the Seaway International Bridge Corporation. Previously, she has held a number of senior-level positions at the National Capital Commission.

Slync has appointed international supply chain expert Thomas Wrobleski from its advisory board to chief strategy officer. Wrobleski, formerly 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 at Elementum. He will become the global sales director at Slync working on key accounts and leading growth in all global markets. 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.

Vincent Touya

Vincent Touya has joined Dachser USA as managing director at the company’s US regional office in Atlanta. Touya is from France and has held several managerial positions during his 30-year tenure with the family-owned company. Previously, Touya was responsible for the expansion of the air and sea freight business in France and North Africa. Prior to that assignment, he was head of sales for Dachser France’s overland transport organization.

– February 25, 2019