Who’s on the move: July 17, 2017

by Inside Logistics Online Staff
Sharka Stuyt

Sharka Chobot Stuyt has joined the board of Tailwind Transportation Software. She will be the first independent director on the board, and brings with her significant insight and expertise in technology, cloud-based platforms, and marketing. Stuyt is the founder and owner of Inspiro Services, a consultancy that provides leadership coaching and consulting, and is the chief transformation officer at Neural Impact. She was instrumental in launching Simply Accounting in the 1980s (now Sage), helped grow ATI technologies (which was acquired by AMD for $5.6 billion) and was the creator of the Customer Relationship Management (CRM) product category in 1996. Stuyt has served as a director for a number of technology companies, has been a board-member of the Technology Industries Association (TIA) of British Columbia, is currently a senator at the Capilano University School, and teaches at the Sauder and Beedie Schools of Business at University of British Columbia and Simon Fraser University in BC.

Beverage industry supply chain management solutions provider SLG (Satellite Logistics Group) has appointed Chris Moore director of supply chain services. Moore joins SLG with over 25 years of executive experience in supply chain and logistics operations. He spent over six years focused on the beer industry with both MillerCoors and SABMiller. Moore will lead the entire operations group, which consists of all supply chain planners and network specialists. He will be reviewing operations-related vendor relationships and SLG’s supply chain networks and processes to  improve productivity and execution. Moore was a Captain in the U.S. Army and received a B.S. in Industrial Engineering from University of Wisconsin – Madison.

Eric Wilson

Delta Air Lines Cargo has appointed industry veteran Eric Wilson as managing director, cargo global sales, a role previously held by Rob LeBel. Based in Atlanta, Wilson is a veteran with 25 years of industry experience. He joined Delta Cargo in 2008 as general manager–strategic partner programs and national accounts.  In 2014 he relocated to Tokyo to assume the position of director–APAC cargo sales.