Who’s on the move this week: July 21, 2014

by MM&D Online Staff

Marken has appointed Paul Rice as vice-president, Logistics, EMEA Region for Marken. Mr. Rice will be based in London but will have responsibility for the branches and associated business in Europe and Africa including: Paris, London, Edinburgh, Frankfurt, Brussels, Stockholm, Zurich and Johannesburg. Rice brings 23 years of relevant experience including senior roles in logistics and supply chain within the healthcare and life sciences markets. He joins Marken from Alliance Boots where he served as Commercial Director for Europe. Prior to his role at Alliance Boots, he was Executive Director for EMEA Distribution and Logistics at Merck & Co which followed ten years in various roles at DHL/Exel. He has extensive international experience throughout the world including the EMEA region but also in Asia and the United States.

William McMurray and Paul Fitzgerald of Ottawa and Stephen Campbell of Saint John, New Brunswick. have been appointed to the Canadian Transportation Agency (CTA). McMurray, appointed for a four-year term, was vice-chairperson of the Canada Industrial Relations Board in Ottawa. For over 10 years he was a course lecturer at McGill University in Montreal, teaching on transportation law and regulation, focussing on the work of the CTA. He has practiced administrative law for over 20 years, successfully conducting public hearings in both official languages before a variety of federal tribunals, including important cases at the CTA. McMurray has also previously been legal counsel to Canadian National Railway Company in Montreal, and to Canadian Pacific Limited in Toronto and Montreal. Fitzgerald is completing an earned Doctorate in Law at McGill University’s Institute of Air and Space Law. He has 25 years of experience and has worked as an aviation lawyer, a consultant, law professor and transport policy advisor to the federal government on aviation, rail and marine matters. He is appointed to the CTA for a four-year term. Campbell is president and CEO of Regent Strategies, an Atlantic Canadian consulting practice that specializes in board governance. He served as a chairman of the Saint John Port Authority for six years. Prior to his retirement in 2008, Campbell was vice-president of Royal Bank of Canada Dominion Securities and held executive roles at Midland Walwyn Capital Inc, Scotia Bond Company and the Atlantic Provinces Chamber of Commerce. He holds three professional designations in Investment and Fiduciary Management, and has been a leader in numerous industry and community organizations. Campbell’s appointment is for three years.