Inside Logistics

Who’s on the move: September 30, 2019

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


September 30, 2019
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Terrie O’Hanlon

Terrie O’Hanlon has joined GreyOrange as chief marketing officer. O’Hanlon brings extensive expertise to her role, including leading marketing for emerging and established companies in supply chain, healthcare, financial ecommerce, enterprise applications and cybersecurity. Her supply chain experience includes orchestrating a successful brand transformation for Manhattan Associates and for Steelwedge. O’Hanlon holds an MBA in marketing from Columbia University, New York, and a B.S. in Journalism from the University of Florida. She sits on the board of directors for Revved Up Kids, a U.S. non-profit dedicated to empowering children against predators and abuse, and on the Women’s Forum Advisory Board for Tech Alpharetta.

Rob Walpole

Delta Cargo has appointed Rob Walpole as vice-president – cargo operations and logistics. This new position, reporting to Shawn Cole, vice-president – Delta Cargo. Walpole comes to Delta Cargo from DP World, a Dubai-based global port operator, where he served as COO – global logistics and supply chain. He also served as CEO at Schenker, Inc. Matt Weisenburg and Mark DeFrancesco also join Delta Cargo’s leadership team. Weisenburg has been appointed director – cargo strategy and alliances. He brings experience from the commercial team and transitions into this role previously held by Lindsey Jalil who recently moved to another position within Delta. DeFrancesco has been appointed managing director – revenue management, capacity and forecasting. He joins Delta Cargo from Delta’s Domestic Pricing team and brings nearly 20 years of revenue management experience.


Mike Wilson, CEO, CCM (left) is presented with IANA’s Silver
Kingpin Award by IANA Chairman, Kevin Lhotak.

Mike Wilson, CEO of Consolidated Chassis Management received the Silver Kingpin Award at IANA’s Intermodal Expo 2019 on September 16. Wilson received this award along with Steve Branscum, retired group vice president of BNSF Railway. The award recognizes an individual’s long-term contributions to intermodal freight movement. Wilson was named CEO of CCM in April. Previously, he had been a member of the CCM board of managers and an officer of its parent company, OCEMA, since 2010. He has also served as board chairman and vice chairman of IANA. Before joining CCM, Wilson was senior vice -president, business operations at Hamburg Süd North America. Over his nearly 40-year career, he has held leadership positions at United States Lines, Crowley Maritime, United Arab Shipping and Atlantic Container Line. He began his career in transportation working the docks in New Jersey.

– September 30, 2019