Inside Logistics

Who’s on the move: November 4, 2019

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


November 4, 2019
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Anne Ewing

Toyota Material Handling (TMH) announced the promotion this month of Anne Ewing to director of dealer development. Ewing will manage both dealer development and dealer operations functions. Ewing previously served as TMH’s national manager of dealer development. Before joining TMH, Ewing served in a number of dealership roles, including CFO, vice-president of sales and operations, and part owner.

David Bosse

David Bosse of Cole International Inc. is the newly elected chair of the Board of Directors for the Canadian Society of Customs Brokers (CSCB). Based in Calgary, Bosse will lead a CSCB executive team composed of newly elected vice-chair Linda Dynes, (executive vice-president Canadian operations, Farrow); secretary-treasurer Candace Sider (vice-president, government and regulatory affairs North America, Livingston International Inc.); CSCB past chair Angela Collins (chief regulatory officer and vice-president client services, Willson International Limited) and CSCB president and CEO Carol West. As Chair, Bosse will also join a strong team representing Canada on the Board of Directors of the International Federation of Customs Brokers Associations (IFCBA). The Canadian Society of Customs Brokers acts as the Secretariat for the IFCBA, the organization representing customs brokers worldwide.

James Wamsley

Pentair plc, a global water company, has named James Wamsley to its leadership team as executive vice-president, chief supply chain officer effective November 4, 2019. Wamsley will be directly responsible for supply chain operations and performance and will report to John Stauch, Pentair president and CEO. Before joining Pentair, he spent 11 years at Milwaukee Tool, most recently as EVP global operations for its Power Tools business. Before that, Wamsley held a series of leadership positions in operations and sourcing during his seven year tenure at Black & Decker Corporation. He received a B.S. in Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering from Ohio University, an M.S. in Industrial Engineering from Penn State University, and an M.B.A from the Kellogg School of Management / HKUST.

– November 4, 2019