Trimac Transportation recently made five changes to its executive leadership team in an effort to enhance its strategic direction and aid transformation.
The appointments are part of Trimac’s commitment to working with existing partners and forming new relationships that expand its reach, industry presence, and service offerings—critical components in building an organization focused on providing next-generation bulk transportation solutions via operational excellence and acquisitions, Trimac reported.
“With a nearly 80-year legacy, Trimac has consistently attributed its achievements to a dedicated workforce and a focus on ‘Service with Safety,’” Matt Faure, Trimac president and CEO, said in a news release. “These executive leadership changes enable us to meet our commitment to safely delivering products that improve people’s lives and create long-term, sustainable growth solutions that elevate and strengthen our position in the industry.”
The recent executive leadership changes include:
- Ryan Collinge was appointed chief operating officer. He’ll oversee and manage Trimac’s day-to-day operations and be increasingly involved in Trimac’s strategic planning, execution, resource management.
- Alex Giannuzzi was named vice president of operations for Trimac’s Northeast and South regions. He’ll manage integration and ensure standardization between the two regions. This move helps Trimac oversee its cross-border hauling and chemical system freight in Canada and the United States.
- Nate Kurland was appointed chief revenue officer. He’ll spearhead revenue growth and profit maximization by designing and executing sales plans that establish strong customer relations and identify market trends for optimal decision-making. Through analysis, risk management, and adaptive strategies, Kurland will help ensure sustainable revenue expansion and market competitiveness.
- Bill Marchbank was promoted to senior VP of mergers and acquisitions integration and will be responsible for providing effective leadership, management, and the vision necessary to establish and execute post-acquisition integrations. Marchbank will help ensure acquired companies have the proper operational controls, administrative and reporting procedures, and people systems that sustain and grow the organization.
- Karen Tsang was appointed VP of process excellence and innovation. Tsang will drive effective collaboration in the development, implementation, and sustainment of processes that underpin the delivery of a superior value proposition and user experience for Trimac’s employees, customers, and partners.