Inside Logistics


June 23, 2010
by MM&D Staff

Mike Journeycake has been appointed senior vice-president, commercial at container terminal owner GCT Container Terminals, the owner TSI Terminal Systems Inc in Vancouver and Delta, British Columbia. Journeycake has more than 20 years of international maritime experience with Maersk Shipping Line, most recently as director of sales for the Pacific Southwest. Before that, he was the company’s global sales director in Zurich, Switzerland. He is based in Seattle and divides his time between Vancouver, New York and New Jersey.

Paul Goulet has been named the new president and CEO of Ontario Northland Transportation Commission. Goulet has been with the commission since 2004, when he joined as chief information officer with Ontera, its telecommunications division. Goulet succeeds Steve Carmichael, who is retiring at the end of June.

Brian Martin has joined Canada Cartage System as senior vice-president of sales and marketing. Martin came to the company from Schenker of Canada, where as vice-president, sales and marketing he was responsible for national sales and marketing activities for ground, air, ocean, warehousing and 4PL services. Throughout his 20-year career he has also held progressively senior roles in operations and sales at Nalco Canada, General Motors Canada and Karrys Wholesale.

Supply chain standards provider GS1 Canada has appointed several representatives of leading Canadian organizations to its sector boards. Cristina Butnaru of Johnson & Johnson Medical Products, Dale Markewich of the Saskatchewan Association of Health Organizations, Eric Blanchette-Ouellet of Centre Hospitalier Universitaire de Quebec and Scott Baker of The Stevens Company have joined the Carenet Healthcare Sector Board. Domenic Ruso of Unilever Canada has joined the Foodservice Sector Board. Ed Harrington of Hoffmann-La Roche Ltd is now a member of the Healthcare Pharmacy Sector Board, while Ed Johnston of Canadian Tire Retail has joined the General Merchandise Apparel and Hardlines Sector Board

Port Metro Vancouver (PMV) has named Mark Griffin director, planning and development. In his new role, he is responsible for ensuring PMV takes an integrated approach to port planning, development and supply chain activities. Griffin brings extensive international experience n the planning, design and launch of marine and aviation terminals.