Inside Logistics

Who’s on the move: June 10, 2019

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


June 10, 2019
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The federal government has made a series of new appointments in the sector. Montréal Port Authority: Johanne Lépine (Montréal, Que.) was reappointed as director for a term of three years; Marie-Claude Boisvert (Saint-Lambert, Que.) was reappointed as director for a term of three years. Port Alberni Port Authority: Ronald Victor Crema (Port Alberni, BC) was reappointed as director for a term ending on June 20, 2021. The Transportation Appeal Tribunal of Canada: Steven Neatt (Québec, Que.) was appointed as part-time member for a term of four years; Gavin Wyllie (Mount Royal, Que.) was appointed as part-time member for a term of four years. Thunder Bay Port Authority: Tracy Buckler (Thunder Bay, Ont.) was reappointed as director for a term of three years. Atlantic Pilotage Authority: John Patrick McCann (Dartmouth, NS) was appointed as part-time vice-chair until December 13, 2021. Québec Port Authority: Edwin Bourget (Quebec, Que.) was appointed as director for a term of three years; Denis Desbiens (Lac-Beauport, Que.) appointed as director for a term of three years. Sept-Îles Port Authority: Serge Lévesque (Sept-Îles, Que.) was appointed as director for a term of three years. Trois-Rivières Port Authority: Guylaine Laporte (Trois-Rivières, Que.) was appointed as director for a term of three years; Marie-Josée Gervais (Notre-Dame du Mont-Carmel, Quebec) appointed as director for a term of three years.

Tracy Rosser

Tracy Rosser is Transplace’s new executive vice-president of operations. Rosser will provide strategic leadership and direction for the company’s transportation management business unit. He will be based out of the company’s Lowell, AR Center of Excellence and will report directly to CEO Frank McGuigan. Rosser comes to Transplace after more than 22 years at Walmart, where he most recently served as senior vice-president of transportation and supply chain. His responsibilities included all domestic and global transportation, strategy, procurement, Walmart’s private fleet and last mile and supply chain services. Rosser also held several other leadership positions while at Walmart, including senior vice-president of store operations, vice-president of transportation and director of transportation. before joining Walmart, he spent nine years in the truckload transportation industry.

– June 10, 2019