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Who’s on the move: May 3, 2021

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


May 3, 2021
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Stewart Robinson McKenzie

Stewart McKenzie died in Nanaimo April 6, 2021. Over his career he worked for Arpac, Schaefer, and Johnston Equipment.  He also served on the board of directors with the Canadian Material Handling & Distribution Society (CMHDS). Dan Beer, CMHDS presdent sent this tribute: “I will always remember his smile and laugh and his quest for happiness. Rest in peace, Stewart.”

Brooke Hanson

Delta-Q

Brooke Hanson, has joined Delta-Q as vice-president of operations, responsible for heading Delta-Q’s global supply chain and growing its manufacturing footprint. She will oversee Delta-Q’s geographically dispersed, multiple line, 400,000-unit plus manufacturing and supply chain operation. Hanson has more than 20 years of experience in the IoT market leading high-performing teams in operations, analytics, logistics and production. Before joining Delta-Q, she was vice-president of operations at Haven by TZOA. Previously, she served as director of global supply chain for Sierra Wireless in Richmond, B.C. Hanson earned her MBA from Simon Fraser University in Vancouver, B.C.

Web Integrated Network

Web Integrated Network (WIN) has appointed  announced its new executive leadership team as part of its formal spinoff from Odyssey Logistics & Technology Corporation. The new executive team includes Glenn Riggs as president; Lindsey Shellman as chief commercial officer, and Xavier Amella as chief technology officer. With over twenty years of industry experience, Riggs has been a key executive, first with Odyssey Logistics and now in growing the WIN brand. Shellman has worked with the WIN brand for almost a decade. Amella has a deep history of experience with technical solutions, previously working as a consultant.

iTradeNetwork

iTradeNetwork has announced Rick Haggart is its new chief technology officer. Haggart joins the company with more than 20 years of experience in executive and entrepreneurial roles in emerging technologies. Before joining iTradeNetwork, he worked for Boeing, Accenture, PerfectPlaces.com, RedAwning and Virtana. Haggart graduated from Colorado State University with a BS in electrical engineering.

–May 3, 2021