David Bush has joined Polaris Transportation Group as VP business processes. The newly created position will focus on improvements to US infrastructure for the transborder LTL carrier. Bush’s past career accomplishments have seen him in senior roles with A. Duie Pyle, Translogistics and most recently with Land Air Express. Bush started his new career with Polaris Transportation Group on December 8, 2014. At this time, he will be based out of Birdsboro, Pennsylvania.
Clint Dvorak was named to the newly created position of vice president global services, North America for MIQ Logistics. Dvorak, based in Chicago, Illinois, is responsible for operations and sales and the organization’s overall development in North America. Dvorak joined the company in 2001 and most recently served as vice president, global carrier management and pricing, responsible the company’s ocean and air-carrier strategy, procurement and the global request-for-quotation (RFQ) process, as well as operational responsibility for the Midwest Region. Before joining MIQ Logistics, Dvorak was airfreight product director and then director of Global Services for GPS USA. He also worked at Hellmann Worldwide Logistics where he held positions of increasing responsibility, including general manager of the Chicago branch.
Westfalia Technologies, Inc, appointed Aaron Corcoran as account executive. In this position, Corcoran will further develop Westfalia’s growing portfolio of accounts within the food and beverage industries. Corcoran brings over 20 years of experience in the material handling and logistics working with a variety of industries: automotive, aerospace/government, food, beverage, and retail. Previously, Corcoran held positions with Grenzebach and KUKA Systems North America where he was responsible for the development and implementation of robot-based logistics solutions for general industry.
David Caines has been appointed chief operating officer (COO) for Kenco. Caines joined Kenco in 2002, most recently serving as president of Kenco Logistic Services and Kenco Transportation Services. In his new role, he is responsible for all of Kenco’s operating contracts, which encompass more than 100 facilities, 3,500 employees, and 30 million square feet of warehouse space.vCaines is a Six Sigma Black Belt and is trained in Lean engineering. He has a degree from Covenant College in Business and Accounting and an MBA from Duke University. He is a member of CSCMP, WERC, and the University of Tennessee Supply Chain Forum. He also serves on the boards of various educational and nonprofit institutions, including: the University of Tennessee’s Global Supply Chain Institute; Chalmers Center; Covenant College; See Rock City, Inc.; and the Chattanooga Chamber of Commerce.