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Who’s on the move: September 7, 2020

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


September 7, 2020
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Scott Schara

Scott Schara has accepted the role of chief commercial officer with Forward Air Corporation. Schara joins Forward from Coyote Logistics, where he served as chief commercial officer.

U.S. Xpress Enterprises, Inc. has appointed Matt Herndon to president of Dedicated Services. He was previously COO for the Company’s subsidiary, U.S. Xpress, Inc. Cameron Ramsdell, currently president of the company’s digital fleet, Variant, will continue to be responsible for Variant while assuming responsibility for the remaining OTR fleet as well.

Jennifer Polli has left TRAC Intermodal on September 1 after leading the company as president and CEO. Daniel Walsh, formerly president of the last mile business at XPO Logistics, replaces Polli. Before XPO, Walsh served as president of IFCO Systems North America, a division of Brambles Limited. He completed the Senior Executive Program at London Business School and holds a Master’s degree in Business Administration from the Australia Graduate School of Management, as well as a Master’s degree in Political Science.

Lynn Houston Moore (PRNewsfoto/HJI Supply Chain Solutions)

Lynn Houston Moore has been promoted to CEO of HJI Supply Chain Solutions, in the culmination of a six-year succession planning strategy to place the second generation of family at the company’s helm. Alice and Wade Houston launched the third-party logistics and supply chain management company in 1994 and will retain their positions as HJI’s founders and owners. Houston Moore has worked for HJI since 2007 in roles including logistics engineer, financial and logistics manager and vice-president of finance and administration. Joining her in company leadership is Condrad Daniels, her brother-in-law, who joined the company in 2000 and was named HJI president in 2017. Both completed their undergraduate degrees in Industrial & Systems Engineering at the Georgia Institute of Technology. Houston Moore continued at Georgia Tech to complete her master’s in industrial engineering and Daniels received his MBA from the University of Louisville.

– September 7, 2020