Schneider National Inc., North America's largest truckload carrier, has named Tom Escott president of Schneider Logistics Inc. Escott joins Schneider Logistics from GeoLogistics Americas Inc. and brings more than 20 years of leadership experience in the logistics industry.
Steve Hunt has been promoted to vice president, project management, for Intelligrated, a supplier of integrated material handling systems. At Intelligrated, Hunt has played a pivotal role in the integration of Oracle into the company's operations. Hunt has more than 30 years of relevant industry experience at Pinnacle, Rapistan, Westinghouse and Gilbert Associates.
Forte has announced the appointment of Louis R. Hollmeyer to direct its marketing communications efforts. Hollmeyer most recently served as director of marketing at Valco Cincinnati Inc., a manufacturer of adhesive application systems.
MARC Global, a supply chain execution software and services provider, has announced the appointment of Paul Lavallee as executive vice president of worldwide sales and marketing. He will be responsible for worldwide leadership of all customer-facing activities for the MARC supply chain execution product suite.
freightquote.com, a provider of online business-to-business freight and logistics services, has announced the appointment of Mark Sauber as vice president of carrier operations. Sauber will oversee freightquote's carrier relations, payables, logistics, claims and truckload departments, while recommending and implementing process improvements and efficiencies to help the company sustain its rapid growth rate. Sauber brings more than 20 years of global logistics management to freightquote.com.
VEXURE Inc., the parent of TRT Carriers Inc. and other transportation- affiliated businesses, has promoted Jesse Martinez to the position of director of sales for TRT Carriers. In his expanded role, he will be responsible for developing the revenue of the company's truck/rail/truck operating unit, which has become one of the company's fastest-growing business segments in the past two years.
AIM, the association representing the automatic identification and data collection industry, has named Dan Mullen president of AIM Global. Mullen previously had served as interim president of the worldwide automatic identification industry group. Mullen has been with AIM over 10 years, previously serving as vice president of AIM operations, managing all marketing, finance and membership development aspects of the association. He earlier served as vice president of technology.