October 1, 2003

Newsmakers: people on the fast track

By DC Velocity Staff

  • Forte Industries has announced the hiring of Rob Fink as technical operations manager. Fink, who brings 18 years of supply chain industry experience to the position, will direct ongoing distribution operation improvement projects.
  • TNT Logistics North America has appointed David G. Kulik to head its logistics division as group managing director. Kulik, who has been with the company since 1982, has been president and CEO of TNT Logistics North America (formerly CTI Logistx) since 1994. He replaces Roberto Rossi, who will leave the company. Also announced was the appointment of Jeffery D. Hurley to the position of managing director and COO of TNT Logistics North America, filling the void created by Kulik's promotion. Hurley, who has been with the organization since 1985, has been senior vice president of operations for North America since January 2000.
  • SEKO Worldwide, a global provider of freight forwarding solutions, has named George M. Saives senior vice president of North American sales. In his new position, Saives is responsible for all domestic sales efforts throughout North America, including SEKO ' s strategic client, or national accounts, program. Prior to joining SEKO Worldwide, Saives was director of business development for AIT Worldwide Logistics. He previously held management positions with UPS, Sonicair Couriers and Associated Air Freight.
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