• Conagra names new VP of sales

    Conagra Brands Canada has promoted Leslie Mackay to VP of sales.
  • Tim Johnson joins Greenergy in Canada as executive VP of sales

    Greenergy is welcoming Tim Johnson as executive VP of sales to lead the continued growth of its fuel sales to the commercial and retail sectors in Canada.Mike Healey, Greenergy Fuels Canada’s CEO said in a release: “Tim Johnson has over 15 year’s sales experience in the fuel industry and joins us from McDougall Energy.  He will lead a new sales team for Greenergy based out of Toronto, and work with the existing team in Saint John, New Brunswick.”“Greenergy’s infrastructure investments, uniquely flexible supply chains and its innovative retail offer have made it a growing player in the Canadian road fuel market," said Johnson. "The company has proven itself as a low-cost, reliable fuel supplier, and I look forward to bringing this offer to new customers.”In business in the UK for 27 years, Greenergy is an established supplier and distributor of transportation fuels. Since entering the Canadian market in 2013, Greenergy has invested in strategic  infrastructure assets, with Ontario terminals in Concord, Hamilton, Thunder Bay and Johnstown (opening fall 2019).  With both sea and rail-fed terminals and storage in the U.S.
  • Matthew Ellis joins CICC as VP, Government and Stakeholder Relations

    The Convenience Industry Council of Canada recently announced the appointment of Matthew Ellis as its VP, Government and Stakeholder Relations.Ellis is from Prince Edward Island and brings with him almost 20 years of experience as a senior advisor to elected officials at all levels of government.
  • EnsembleIQ announces new CEO

    This appointment marks the next step in the media information and marketplace intelligence resource’s growth strategy.
  • CIPMA President and CEO Tricia Anderson announces departure

    Following a long and successful career in the petroleum industry, President and CEO of CIPMA, Tricia Anderson, has decided to leave CIPMA effective June 30, 2017.
  • Transchem Inc. appoints Matthew McCulloch as VP, Sales and Marketing

    The newly created position will be focused on developing and implementing a fresh strategy ...
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  • Mark VII appoints new CEO

    November 6, 2014 – Arvada, Colorado – Mark VII Equipment Inc., the North America subsidiary of WashTec AG of Germany, the world's largest manufacturer of vehicle cleaning systems, has named Chris Andersen as its new CEO. Following a transition period, he will replace retiring CEO Steve Jeffs, who has been in leadership positions within the WashTec group for the last 10 years.
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