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Who’s on the move: February 1, 2016

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


February 1, 2016
by MM&D Online Staff

Canadian Pacific Railway Limited appointed Matthew Paull to the Board of Directors, replacing Paul Hilal, who has resigned. Hilal joined the board in 2012. His departure coincides with his resignation from Pershing Square Capital Management, LP. Paull joins the CP board after a career spent in senior financial roles. He was senior executive vice-president and CFO of McDonald’s Corp from 2001 until he retired in 2008. He served as a director and a member of the Audit Committee of Best Buy Co. from 2003 through 2013. Paull has also served as a director of Air Products & Chemicals Corp since 2013, and as a director of KapStone Paper and Packaging Corp since 2010. Mr. Paull also serves as an advisory director of Pershing Square Capital Management and The One Acre Fund. He will chair the Board of Directors’ Audit Committee.

Terry Shaw has joined SSI SCHAEFER as manager of Integrator Partners–Automated Systems Division (ASD) in North America. Shaw has over 25 years of material handling experience specifically with conveyor, cranes and hybrid automation solutions.He  holds a Bachelor of Science in Administration/Finance as well as a Bachelor of Science in Government both from Morehead State University in Kentucky.

The Automotive Industry Action Group (AIAG) appointed David Leich, director of global supply chain for General Motors Corporation, and Matthias Vogel, senior vice-president quality and HSE for Kongsberg Automotive ASA, to its board of directors. With over 26 years of automotive experience in purchasing, supply chain, and manufacturing operations Leich is a strong proponent of mitigating risks in the supply chain and improving safe working conditions within manufacturing. Quality, health and safety, and corporate responsibility are areas Vogel is passionate about, a journey he began 20 years ago through his work on global supply chain management, environmental aspects, and working conditions. Vogel would like to foster closer cooperation with and increase insights into the European automotive industry and standards.

—February 1, 2016