Roadrunner announced that Donald C. Brown and Christopher W. Jamroz have been nominated for election to the company’s board of directors at its annual meeting May 22.
Three current directors, John G. Kennedy III, William S. Urkiel and Michael P. Ward, will resign from the board effective May 22 as part of a planned board transition.
“On behalf of our board and management team, I would like to thank John, Bill and Mike for their valuable counsel and years of service to Roadrunner. Their collective commitment to Roadrunner enabled us to successfully navigate some challenging times over the past few years. We wish all three great success in their future endeavors,” said Roadrunner CEO Curt Stoelting.
Stoelting said Brown and Jamroz “have extensive industry experience and knowledge in finance, operations, management and administration. Don and Chris will be valuable assets and key advisers to our company as we continue to pursue our long-term business plan.”
Jamroz is executive chairman of STG Holdings LLC, a specialty 3PL and transportation services provider. He also serves as chairman of the board of CMS Info Systems Ltd., a secure logistics company. He previously served as president and chief operating officer of GardaWorld Cash Services from 2010 to 2016.
Pan Hua (pictured above left) has been promoted from deputy to head the Port of Hamburg Marketing Representative Office in Shanghai.
The previous manager, Lars Anke, “left the office at his own request to dedicate himself to a new challenge in Hamburg’s port economy,” according to the announcement from the Port of Hamburg.
The position of deputy head has been filled by Michael Wunderlich (pictured above right), who has studied Chinese and has been active in business in Shanghai.
“With Michael Wunderlich, we have signed on a China ‘insider’ who will excellently complement the Representative Office team. The ongoing intensive handling of the Chinese market continues to be of great importance for the Port of Hamburg that, with regard to the development of the Belt and Road Initiative, may well increase further,” Mattern said.
Kleinschmidt has hired Tim Leonard as senior vice president of business innovation.
Leonard has more than 30 years of supply chain, logistics and technology leadership experience, most recently as chief technology officer of TMW Systems.
Prior to his role at TMW Systems, he served in executive leadership roles at General Motors and U.S. Xpress. In this newly created position, Leonard will drive Kleinschmidt’s product and service development as well as go-to-market strategy within the supply chain services vertical.
Heinen said he was excited to add Leonard’s industry knowledge, “especially as it relates to the supply chain within transportation and logistics, to our unparalleled competence in the data integration arena.”