Inside Logistics

Who’s on the move: July 24, 2017

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


July 24, 2017
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Mike Klaer is now president of Twinlode Corporation, a supplier of high-density storage systems. Previously, Klaer served as the vice president and co-owner of Twinlode Corporation, where he played an integral role in developing strategic partners helping establish Twinlode as one of the top 60 suppliers within the beverage industry. Prior to Twinlode Corporation, he was a sales engineer at Handling Technologies Inc since 1997. Klaer holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business from Ball State University.

Nadine Crauwels (PRNewsfoto/Sandvik Coromant)

Nadine Crauwels has been appointed as the new president of Sandvik Coromant. She has a solid background with Sandvik Coromant, having previously worked as vice-president and head of customized solutions and strategic relations. She has had roles within sales, product management and production introduction and also as Sandvik Coromant manager for Switzerland. Crauwels joined the company in 2000 and has more than 22 years’ experience in the manufacturing industry. She will report to the president of Sandvik Machining Solutions Klas Forsström and be a member of the Sandvik Machining Solutions management team. Crauwels has a Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Catholic University of Leuven Belgium.

David Braunstein has joined Together for Safer Roads (TSR), a coalition of global private sector companies, as president. Braunstein brings more than 20 years of corporate knowledge and game-changing solutions to TSR. Before joining TSR, he served as industry innovation lead at IBM where he was responsible for business development and breaking new ground using “connected” analytics solutions. Additionally, Braunstein previously served as senior vice president of strategic and analytical services for MBS Insight, an eBay Company, where he advised global companies in analytical solutions and strategic business development capacities. He earned a MBA from Cornell University and Bachelor of Arts degree from Colgate University.

David Kreidler has assumed the role of director of business development with CX North America. Kreidler, who will be working out of Chicago, brings to the position a well-developed understanding of issues surrounding freight transportation and logistics management developed by serving on the industry’s front lines for 20 years. Previously, he was vice president of operations at Trans Dynamics, and earlier was at Twin Modal.

— July 24, 2017