Woodbridge, ON, Canada
has appointed Trevor Evans as vice president of operations and distribution.
Evans has been an integral part of the successes and growth that Panacea Aftermarket Co. has experienced since its inception. He will continue to work closely with Don Martindale, president, on the company's overall strategy and execution.
Evans will oversee Panacea's end-to-end customer experience and service delivery, including implantation and support of new products and its related infrastructure.
He brings over two decades of crucial industry experience, gained in a multitude of positions, enhancing his capabilities and contribution in this pivotal position.
Berkshire, United Kingdom
The Fork Lift Truck Association
has recently reinforced its board with the addition of new member Adam Hughes, managing director of Spartan Forklifts.
Having entered the materials handling industry as a salesman, before becoming a depot manager, Hughes made the decision to step out on his own and set up Spartan Forklifts in 2009.
In his position as an FLTA Board member, Hughes hopes to provide fresh insights based on his own experience. "As a local dealership that is younger than most, we may have a different perspective when perhaps compared to larger companies that have been established for many years. If I can provide any kind of new idea or suggestion that assists the Association in its aims, helps other dealerships like mine, and supports the continuation of high standards, I've done my job," he explains.
Vancouver, BC, Canada
has appointed Brooke Hanson as vice president of operations, responsible for heading Delta-Q's global supply chain and growing its manufacturing footprint.
Hanson has more than 20 years of experience in the IoT market, leading high-performing teams in operations, analytics, logistics and production. In her new role, she will drive innovation and automation across Delta-Q's product, procurement, and manufacturing procedures. As a member of the senior management team, she will provide strategic operational and process development leadership to ensure efficient allocation of supply chain resources and to maximise profits and quality system-wide.
Prior to joining Delta-Q, she was the vice president of operations at HAVEN by TZOA. Previously, she served as the director of global supply chain for Sierra Wireless, managing 12 manufacturing partners and an annual budget of CAD500 million.
Hanson earned her Masters of Business Administration in Management from Simon Fraser University in Vancouver, BC.