Who’s on the move: September 27, 2021

by Inside Logistics Online Staff

CITT Toronto Area Council

The CITT Toronto Area Council has elected a new executive team for 2021-2022. The following posts were filled: Chairwoman: Denise Ponte, Account Manager, Transplace; vice-chairwoman: Lisa Vegso, VP and managing director, Peco Pallet; treasurer: Rajendran Ponnuswamy, president, Ontarget Projects Inc.; secretary: Brett Poe, senior pricing manager, Apex Motor Express; events coordinator: Cheryl Means, logistics coordinator, Consolidated Fast Freight; executive advisor: Tom Pauls, managing director, SCL Search Consultants Ltd.; members at large: Valeriy Kucherenko, Grace DiMarca, George Beck, Duane Chiasson.

Winnipeg Airports Authority

Winnipeg Airports Authority president and CEO Barry Rempel will retire at the end of 2021. Since joining WAA as president and CEO in 2002, Rempel led a redevelopment of the airport campus. He and his team brought new tenants to the airport, including Canada Post and General Electric, new airport hotels, and worked to deliver significantly expanded air cargo operations. Before joining WAA in 2002, Rempel was president and CEO of Tradeparks Development Corp., the land and business development subsidiary of Calgary Airport Authority, having previously served 26 years with Canadian Airlines International in various roles, closing his tenure there as the chief executive for Cargo and Canadian North operating divisions.

TGW Systems Inc.

Nathan Wolf

TGW has appointed Nathan Wolf as vice-president of sales for the North American Market. Wolf joins TGW from Plascore Inc. Zeeland, where he was managing a business unit. Previously he has worked in leadership positions for Dematic and Amstore. He studied at Grand Valley State University and holds a Master’s degree in Business Administration.

Cornerstone Building Brands

Brigette Gage

Cornerstone Building Brands, Inc. has hired Brigette Gage as senior vice-president, supply chain. Gage has 25 years of experience in aviation, power, and oil and gas industries, serving in positions including supply chain and supplier management, process development, logistics, system integrations, and global team oversight. In her most recent role, Gage was the sourcing director of the Digital Technology Center of Excellence for Baker Hughes. Gage earned a bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from Wichita State University and a master’s degree in Management from Friends University. She is based in Houston.

– September 27, 2021