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Who’s on the move: April 26, 2021

Appointments, promotions, moves and changes in the supply chain sector this week


April 26, 2021
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Kevin Coleman

CJ Logistics America

Kevin Coleman has been named CEO, Canada of CJ Logistics America, in addition to his current role as chief customer officer (CCO). Coleman will have executive oversight of the company’s Canada-based operations, including warehousing, transportation and international freight forwarding. Coleman joined the company in 2002 as director, strategic partnerships and was promoted to roles of increasing responsibility including senior director, customer solutions in 2009, vice-president, customer solutions in 2011, senior vice-president in 2016 and CCO in 2018. He spent eight years in consulting for TZA Associates, Oracle, MarchFIRST and Deloitte, working in supply chain strategy, technology and operational design. He has a BA from the University of Illinois. DSC Logistics announced its rebranding as CJ Logistics on March 2, 2021.

David Baturin

SJM Group

SJM Group has appointed David Baturin as regional sales manager – industrial division, for the Ontario market. Baturin will be responsible for the business development and management of the sales team for the Ontario industrial market. He will work under the supervision of Benoit Pouliot –National Sales Manager – Industrial Division. Baturin brings over 20 years of sales experience, including six in the storage and warehousing solutions market.

Henry Maier

CalAmp

Henry Maier, president and CEO of FedEx Ground, will be appointed to the CalAmp board of directors effective June 1, 2021. Since 2013, Maier has been responsible for the strategic direction and performance of FedEx Ground. He also serves on the strategic management committee of FedEx Corp. Maier has over 40 years of experience in the transportation industry. This includes more than 30 years with FedEx Corp., where he has held various senior executive roles in logistics, sales, marketing and communications. Maier also serves on the Board of Directors of transportation holding company Kansas City Southern and e-commerce parts company CarParts.com. He will be retiring from FedEx Corp. on July 31, 2021. CalAmp is responsible for IoT brands such as LoJack, Tracker and Here Comes The Bus.

 – April 26, 2021