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Wednesday, 13 Dec 2017 ( #851 )
News Story
Nador
Sydney, NSW, Australia
Brambles
has appointed Laura Nador as president, CHEP North America, effective 1 January 2018.
Nador, currently president, CHEP USA, also becomes a member of Brambles’ executive leadership team, reporting to chief executive officer, Graham Chipchase.
As president, CHEP North America, Nador will be responsible for the CHEP pooled pallet operations in Canada  and USA, CHEP Recycled North America and the North American Pallecon and Automotive businesses.
Since joining Brambles in 2003, Ms Nador has held a number of senior management, commercial and supply chain roles within Brambles’ pallets and RPC operations in Europe, Latin America and North America.
She joined the US pooled pallet business in July 2016 and has held her current position as president, CHEP USA since March 2017.

Denis
Ancenis, France
The Board of Directors of Manitou BF has unanimously voted to renew the tenure of Michel Denis as president and CEO of Manitou for a further period of four years until the Annual General Assembly in 2022 that will approve the financial statements of 2021.
Denis joined Manitou in 2014. Since then, the group has experienced a strengthening of its market position, improved profitability, accelerated innovation and the introduction of many new services.

Vancouver, WA, United States of America
Columbia Machine
has appointed Jeff Dooley as major accounts manager in the Palletizer Team, based out of Connecticut.
Dooley brings over 30 years of experience in the palletising and integrated systems business to Columbia Machine. He has worked primarily with Fortune 100 companies in the past.

Callis
Berkshire, United Kingdom
Consolidated Fork Truck Services
(CFTS), the body responsible for developing and administering the materials handling industry’s national accreditation scheme for Thorough Examination, has appointed David Callis, Ecobat’s special project manager, to its board.
Callis joined the industry in 1985 as regional sales manager for Chloride Motive Power in Crawley. He later joined Hawker as national account manager before moving to Powercell in 2005 as operations director. He took up the role of special projects manager when Powercell was purchased by Ecobat Technologies and is responsible for all energy management and handling projects.


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