Beumer Group - Germany
Rudolf Hausladen has been named as the new CEO of the Beumer Group. He replaces Christoph Beumer.
Hausladen (52) has a university degree in Mechanical Engineering as well as an MBA and has held management positions with well-known intralogistics providers before, both nationally and internationally. He has served on the management board of Beumer Group since October 2020.
Beumer will remain a member of the management board until the end of the year and then move to the advisory board.
Carter Intralogistics - United States
Carter Intralogistics has named Warren Phillips as president.
Phillips brings more than 20 years of leadership experience in the intralogistics industry. He most recently spent four years at Resideo in a leadership position focused on change management. Prior to Resideo, he spent nine years at Bell and Howell as vice president of sales.
Executives believe Phillips’ extensive intralogistics background and business development skills will help Carter strengthen channel partnerships, develop strategic alliances and expand its sales presence.
RTITB - United Kingdom
The RTITB Instructor Academy has appointed Laura Mack as instructor academy manager, following a recent team restructure.
In her new role, Mack will be managing the RTITB Instructor Academy’s team of instructors and customer support team. She will manage the coordination, preparation, and delivery of training activities, both at the academy and at employers’ premises.
Mack has vast industry experience. She worked for eight years as a Freight Transport Agent and Freight Transport Supervisor with Securicor Omega Connect (which later became DHL Freight). She has been working at RTITB for more than 11 years, first as an operations administrator, then customer services administration team leader, and quality assurance and administration manager.