Who’s on the move: June 19, 2017

by Inside Logistics Online Staff
Paul Mihelich

Wildeck, Inc, has promoted Paul Mihelich to vice president, sales and marketing, for its Waukesha, Wisconsin and Goodyear, Arizona operations. Mihelich earned his MBA from the University of Wisconsin, Whitewater, and began working at Wildeck as a regional sales Manager in April 1988. Over the past 29 years, he has held positions of sales manager of special accounts, installation manager, and director of sales.

Frank Hurst has been promoted to president of Roadrunner Freight. Hurst joined the company in January of 2017 as senior vice president of sales and marketing for Roadrunner Freight, after having served for three years as vice president/general manager for North America Corporation, a distributor of facilities, packaging and marketing supplies. His career includes 21 years in the transportation industry, including 16 years of increasing responsibilities at FedEx Freight and as executive vice president at LTL carrier Vitran Express. Former Roadrunner Freight President, Grant Crawford, is leaving the company to pursue other opportunities.

Denis Reilly is the new president and CEO of Kenco. He succeeds Jane Kennedy Greene, who will continue to serve as chair of the board. Reilly has had a 30-year career in the logistics industry, most recently serving as CEO of St George Logistics. He previously held executive and senior leadership roles at USA Dry Van Logistics, GEODIS, MIQ Logistics, and Menlo. He began his career in logistics with Frito Lay in 1983. Reilly is a member of the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals, and received a BS in Logistics and an MBA in Logistics and Marketing from the University of Tennessee.

Redwood Logistics has hired James “Jimmy” Trent has been as vice president, strategic sales and Bill Olson has been promoted to senior director, business development strategic sales. Before his appointment with Redwood, Trent was Greatwide Logistics Services’ general manager for more than 15 years. Prior to his promotion, Olson was Redwood’s national account manager, responsible for overall sales growth and customer satisfaction.

— June 19, 2017