ThermoCeramix Corporation has appointed Daniel Cyr as vice-president, supply chain. In addition, Cyr will serve as president and general manager of Downtown Grill Inc. (DTG), a wholly owned subsidiary of the company. Previously Cyr was vice president and general manager of A.T.L.A.S. Aeronautik, a tier 1 integrator specializing in the manufacturing and assembly of aeronautical components. Cyr has also held senior supply chain roles with Fujitsu Consulting Canada, Railpower and Rolls Royce Canada. He received his Bachelor of Industrial Engineering from the Royal Military College of Canada and is a member of Quebec’s Order of Engineers.
ThermoCeramix also announces the resignation of Lloyd LeBlanc as senior vice-president of strategy and business development of the Company and as a director and President of DTG, effective May 8, 2015. ThermoCeramix would like to thank Mr. LeBlanc for his service to the Company and wishes him the best in his future endeavours.
Mark Erceg has been appointed executive vice-president and CFO of Canadian Pacific effective May 18, 2015. Erceg joins CP from Masonite International Corp. where he had been executive vice-president and CFO since 2010. Erceg brings over 20 years of financial management experience. Outgoing CFO Bart Demosky will support the transition until his own departure on May 31. Erceg holds a bachelor’s degree in accounting and an MBA in finance from the University of Indiana.
Intelligrated has appointed John Sorensen as senior vice-president and general manager, Lifecycle Support Services. Sorensen brings more than 18 years of experience and a track record of managing large-scale aftermarket service and support organizations. He oversees all Intelligrated aftermarket services from installation and training to maintenance and technical support. Before joining Intelligrated, Sorensen spent most of his career at Honeywell Process Solutions, working as a director and regional manager before serving as general manager of lifecycle services and solutions. He holds a bachelor’s degree in electronic engineering technology from DeVry University and earned his MBA from Webster University in St.Louis.
Tim Webb has been promoted to National Sales Manager at Hyundai Forklift. Webb will direct the district sales manager team, as
well the overall sales efforts for Hyundai Forklift in the United States and Canada. He will also continue to lead the company’s product development, training and pricing efforts. Webb brings more than twenty years of material handling industry experience and perspective to his new position. He has been an integral part of the growth of the Hyundai Forklift brand for the past six years, most recently in the role of product manager.