Who’s on the move: October 9, 2017
Martin Street has accepted an offer to join Metro Supply Chain Group Inc. (Metro) in the role of business lead, U.S., automotive and specialist sectors. Street, who is now based in Atlanta, Georgia, has held senior level positions in the UK and North American supply chain industry for over twenty years. He was senior VP, distribution at Tibbett & Britten in 2004 when it was acquired by Exel and, most recently, served as president and CEO of US-based parts and accessories distributor Stag-Parkway.
Barcoding Inc added nine employees to its support, sales, marketing and financial services teams including Christopher Anastasis, deployment services associate; Monat Banks, deployment services associate; Benjamin Goldsmith, production assistant; Brandon Johnson, production assistant; Herman Lavender, wireless network engineer; Daniel Blank, consumable sales rep; Jillian Margiotta, inside sales rep; Jennifer Jericho, marketing manager; and, Andrew Vidal, senior accountant. Changes to the leadership team include the promotions of Matt Cunningham, former national sales director, to vice-president of sales; Jody Costa to vice-president of marketing; Brooks Schuler to vice-president of finance; and, Kevin Smith to deployment services manager. Further establishing the company’s presence on the US West Coast is the addition of California-based vice president of client solutions, Greg Henry, and senior account manager, Jason Parmelee. Henry and Parmelee bring with them a combined 30 years of mobility services experience to Barcoding having worked with a number of service providers.
Jesse Wu, former chairman of Johnson & Johnson China, has been appointed as a senior advisor to TruTag Technologies. Wu brings to TruTag Technologies nearly 30 years of global healthcare experience. Wu joined Johnson & Johnson in 1989. During his 26-year tenure at J&J, he served across multiple roles, including as worldwide chairman of the Johnson & Johnson Consumer Group (annual revenues of US$14bn), company group chairman for Global Markets, chairman of Johnson & Johnson China, and as a member of the company’s management committee. Over his career, Wu has managed significant scale and complexity in manufacturing, sales, marketing, and distribution in both developed and emerging markets. Since his retirement from J&J in 2016, Wu has served as a board member of listed companies and an advisor of private equity firms.
— October 9, 2017