Sunday 23rd Oct 2016 - Logistics Manager

On the move

Brian Kruger to replace Paul Little as Toll MD

Brian Kruger, chief financial officer of Toll, will become managing director on 1st January 2012. The appointment follows the announcement in October 2010 of the planned retirement of Paul Little.

Kruger has more than 25 years’ experience in mining and steel production, and has been with Toll for two years.

Chairman Ray Horsburgh said: “The board took the strategic decision two years ago to increase the bench strength of the internal executive ahead of Paul’s departure.

“The board recognised that strength by bringing into the senior executive team such an experienced and rounded external leader. The two years Brian has been at Toll have given him the best possible starting point for his MD role. He is the candidate with external experience and internal understanding.”

Dagnaud joins IPP Logipal

European pallet pooler IPP Logipal has appointed Pascale Dagnaud to the new position of European operations director.

Dagnaud has been in charge of the development of the Reusable Plastic Container and CHEP pallet activity for the French fresh produce sector for the last five years.

At IPP Logipal, she will be responsible for developing the company’s partnerships in Europe within the supply chain at logistics operations and across the entire network.

Dagnaud has some 15 years’ experience, and has worked for both PepsiCo and Masterfoods across several market categories. This included the core soft drinks sector as well as crisps, snacks, chilled fresh juice and business development with hypermarkets and supermarkets.

Senior appointment for Cargowise

Technology supplier Cargowise has appointed Owen Senior general manager of development. 

Based in Sydney, Australia, Senior will lead all software development teams and has ultimate responsibility for the company’s global software development programme and all technical project management activities.

Senior has more than 15 years’ of global development experience having worked in CIO and technical director roles in the UK and Australia.