UniCarriers Americas (UCA) hired Alan Kunce as its new national sales manager as part of the company’s expansion in Canada. In this role, he is responsible for national accounts and dealer development across Canada. Kunce originally worked for Hewitt Material Handling as a product support representative, branch service supervisor and eventually a major account representative. While at Hewitt Material Handling, he was the top sales representative for seven consecutive years. He lives in Toronto, and is an avid tournament fisherman and a former professional soccer player. Earlier this year, UCA expanded its dealer network in Canada to nine authorized dealerships with the addition of All-Lift Ltd., AMB Lift Inc, EMU and Deval, covering specific regions throughout the country.
CT Strategies has hired four new advisors on supply chain security. Former US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officials, Kathleen Conway, Noel Sanchez, and Joe Uribe offer extensive knowledge in various areas. Through his experience at the U.S. Transportation Security Administration (TSA) and in leadership roles with private supply chain management companies, Charles Morton provides expertise in security across all modes of transportation as well as global trade management logistics. Morton most recently served as vice-president and area security manager for North America at Panalpina Inc. He also led Panalpina’s participation in major CBP and TSA industry partnership programs. Having served as the US CBP attaché to the European Union and the World Customs Organization (WCO), Conway offers unique expertise managing multilateral trade coordination operations. Sanchez most recently served as assistant director for border security in Laredo, Texas. He also served as deputy commander of the ‘South Texas Campaign’ where he was responsible for coordinating operations with the government of Mexico in degrading Transnational Criminal Organizations. Uribe also served with distinction in Laredo for several years, leading critical mission areas of trade facilitation and border security, most recently as Assistant Port Director.
Mark Lewis has joined LogFire, a cloud-based provider of supply chain fulfillment solutions, as Oracle practice director, in charge of all aspects of the Oracle and LogFire partnership. With more than two decades of supply chain experience, over half with Oracle, Lewis is an Oracle subject matter expert and is well equipped to ensure an optimal experience for Oracle and LogFire customers.
–September 21, 2015