Who’s on the move: April 12, 2021

by Inside Logistics Online Staff
Gary Chapman

Baumann Canada

Gary Chapman has been named president of Baumann Canada. Based in Toronto, Chapman will oversee the appointment of new dealers as well as support the existing dealer, Cervus Equipment. Chapman is experienced in the material handling equipment sector, having worked with Hansler Industries as vice-president, sales and marketing in Mississauga, Ontario, and with Combilift as vice-president of Combilift Canada.


John Kim, Cargojet‘s CFO, will retire at the end of May 2021. He will continue to operate as a consultant to the Corporation with focus on Capital Markets and Investor Relations and to ensure a smooth transition. Sanjeev Maini, currently vice-president of finance will be interim CFO while search takes place. Maini has been with the company since its inception and previously served as controller. The company expects to identify Kim’s successor by the second quarter.

Motion Industries

Jim May

Motion Industries, Inc. has promoted Jim May to director of corporate development. May joined Motion in August 2020 as director of strategic planning and development. In his new role, May will continue to report directly to Greg Cook, executive vice-president and CFO. Before joining Motion last year, May had 20 years of corporate development experience, including positions with Diebold Nixdorf and most recently Chart Industries where he led global strategic planning and merger and acquisition (M&A) functions. He holds a bachelor of science degree in Finance from the University of Akron.

CJ Logistics America

Greg Sheen

Greg Sheen has joined CJ Logistics America, as chief information officer (CIO). He reports to Ed Bowersox, CEO. Sheen has over 25 years of experience across diverse industries. He is a multilingual (English, Japanese, Korean), culturally astute leader with a strong working background across Asia Pacific, Europe and North America. Sheen’s previous positions include executive director and chief technology officer for Consulting Services Asia; vice-president for Japan, Korea and Asia Pacific at Oracle Corporation; and, global vice-president for ABB’s Enterprise Software Group across Asia, Europe and the Americas. He has a bachelor of education in industrial technology from The University of Newcastle, Australia. The company, formerly DSC Logistics, recently announced its rebranding as CJ Logistics on March 2, 2021.

– April 12, 2021