Inside Logistics

Who’s on the move: November 23, 2020

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


November 23, 2020
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Carrier Corporation

Patrick Goris has been named senior vice-president and CFO of Carrier Corporation. Goris succeeds Timothy McLevish. McLevish will remain with the company until his retirement on February 15, 2021 in the role of special advisor to president and CEO Dave Gitlin. From 2017, Goris served as senior vice-president and CFO of Rockwell Automation, Inc. Joining Rockwell Automation in 2006, he held a number of senior roles including vice-president of investor relations, and vice-president of finance, for the company’s architecture and software segment.

Phil Kleaart

Ergotron

Phil Kelaart has joined Ergotron as its new executive vice-president, global supply chain operations. Kelaart will manage all aspects of Ergotron’s global supply chain, manufacturing, warehousing, logistics, facilities, quality and continuous improvement, as well as environmental health and safety. He spent almost 30 years at Emerson, holding roles in operations, supply chain, engineering and general management. Kelaart holds a bachelor’s degree in engineering and an MBA from the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul, Minnesota.

OmniTRAX

OmniTRAX CEO Kevin Shuba, has accepted a new role with OmniTRAX parent company, The Broe Group. After overseeing OmniTRAX’s record-setting growth as CEO since 2013, Shuba will lead the development of a company-wide portfolio growth plan for The Broe Group. Sergio Sabatini, OmniTRAX president, will assume interim CEO duties. Sabatini joined the OmniTRAX leadership team in 2013 from Canadian Pacific Railway.

Yulia Celetaria

Volga-Dnepr Group

Volga-Dnepr Group has strengthened its global healthcare team to support logistics solutions for pharmaceutical products. The team is led by Yulia Celetaria, healthcare director. She previously worked for AirBridgeCargo Airlines, where she started her professional journey back in 2005. The Group has also set a dedicated Vaccine Task Force, which will be fronted by Casper Pan, head of healthcare APAC.

Concordia Maritime

Concordia Maritime AB CFO Ola Helgesson has decided to resign from his position, after six years with the company, in order to take on new challenges. “It has been a real pleasure to work with Ola over many years. During his time at Concordia Maritime, he has strongly contributed to development of both the finance function and the company’s operations in a broader perspective,” said Kim Ullman, CEO. Helgesson will continue in his current role during the notice period or until a successor is in place. Concordia Maritime will immediately begin the process of recruiting a new CFO.

– November 20, 2020