Movers + Shakers – July/August 2010

by Array

Vera Friedrich has been appointed CEO and vice-president, sales for Dematic’s Canadian operations. Before joining Dematic, Friedrich held senior sales and management positions at ABB in Canada and Switzerland and the Otto Group in Germany. Dematic is has also appointed Dominic Caranci, PEng, territory sales manager for the Toronto and Eastern Ontario region. Caranci brings with him over 14 years of progressive experience including technical support and application engineering, product portfolio marketing and business development.

Rob Segsworth has been named operations manager for North America at Mississauga, Ontario-based logistics provider The Ranger Group of Companies. Segsworth comes to Ranger from FedEx, where he most recently served as senior logistics manager.

Damco, the combined brand of AP Moller-Maersk’s logistics activities, has hired Mark Michaels as the new chief commercial officer for North America. He will be based in the company’s head office in Madison, New Jersey.

Connecticut-based real-time location and supply chain visibility solutions provider Precyse Technologies has named Andy Mullins its CEO. Mullins brings more than 25 years of executive experience in leading software and wireless communications companies.

Donald Neville has joined enterprise software company Reddwerks of Austin, Texas as senior vice-president and CFO. Neville brings more than 25 years of financial management experience in the technology sector.

Supply chain software provider RedPrairie Corporation has shaken up its senior management by hiring Joe Juliano as president, Americas, and Doug Braun as president, global operations.

Waukesha, Wisconsin-based warehouse equipment provider Wildeck Inc has appointed Michael Galezio quality assurance/safety manager for its North American operations.