Executive Moves: Air Partner and Weber Logistics

Oscar Thwin, Todd Naramore and Jerry Critchfield all are named vice presidents.

Executive Moves: Air Partner and Weber Logistics

Oscar Thwin, Todd Naramore and Jerry Critchfield all are named vice presidents.

Executive Moves: Air Partner and Weber Logistics

Oscar Thwin, Todd Naramore and Jerry Critchfield all are named vice presidents.

 

   Global aviation services group Air Partner has hired Oscar Thwin to serve as the Asia Pacific vice president of freight.
    Thwin (pictured above) will join Air Partner’s recently opened office in Singapore. This expansion follows growth in the United States, where a Los Angeles office opened last year and one in Houston opened in February.
    Thwin has 36 years of experience in the aviation industry in a wide variety of roles in management, sales and operations. Prior to joining Air Partner, he was the station manager for Airline Network Services in Chicago. He also has worked for Singapore Airlines, Cargo Airport Services and Nippon Cargo.
    Weber Logistics has named two industry veterans to lead the company’s warehousing and transportation divisions. Todd Naramore will be responsible for operations at Weber’s 11 California distribution centers. Jerry Critchfield will oversee national transportation operations.

   In his role as vice president of warehouse operations, Naramore will oversee all aspects of distribution center operations, including operational and financial performance, customer satisfaction, employee safety and employee development.
    Naramore joins Weber with more than 15 years of experience managing supply chain operations and business development for companies such as Apria Healthcare, Penske and Menlo Worldwide. Prior to joining Weber, he worked at Saddle Creek Logistics as vice president of operations.
    In his new role as vice president of transportation operations, Critchfield will have overall operational and financial responsibility for Weber’s transportation division. He previously served as a divisional director at Weber from 2006 to 2010 and returned to the company in January 2017.
    During his career, Critchfield also has held senior leadership positions with NFI and Schneider Logistics.

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