Glen Clark is the EVP of Global Operations Excellence & Engineering and acting Head of Human Resources. He joined syncreon in 2019 as Vice President of Operations Excellence in the Americas. With more than 34 years in the industry, Glen is a recognized leader in logistics operations. He began his career in 1986 at United Parcel Service (UPS) for 12 years where he worked in the areas of the ground/hub operations. In 1998, he joined, Customized Transportation, Inc. (CTI), a predecessor of CEVA Logistics, as a Resource Development Manager. Since that time, he has held several executive positions within the company, including Director of Quality, Safety, New Business Implementation, and LEAN operations. He has successfully operated logistics operations in Automotive, Technology, Industrial, Telcom, Energy, Retail and Healthcare markets.
Mr. Clark graduated from Southern Illinois University with a Bachelor of Science Degree.
Michael Schuetrumpf became Head of Global Automotive in September 2020 with responsibility for operational execution to customer requirements, customer relationship management and P+L delivery for syncreon’s global Automotive division. Previously Michael served as Senior Vice President of the Company’s Automotive segment in EMEA & APAC since 2018. He joined the syncreon team in 2005 and had various responsibilities in sales and operations like Global Account Management for all customers assisting the growth of syncreons business globally.
Prior to joining syncreon Michael was working for a Global 1st tier supplier as a Key Account as well as a Project Manager in module development.
He holds a Business Degree from Ludwig-Maximilian-University.
Colin Enright became Head of Global Technology in September 2020 with responsibility for operational execution to customer requirements, new business growth, customer relationship management and P+L delivery for syncreon’s global Technology division. Previously Colin served as President of the Company’s Technology segment in EMEA & APAC since 2015. He joined the syncreon team in 2000 and served in various operational and project roles assisting the growth of syncreons business globally.
He holds both a Bachelor of Commerce Degree from University College Dublin and a Master’s in Business Studies in Manufacturing and Logistics from the Smurfit School of Business at University College Dublin, Ireland.
Mr. Mordaunt became Executive Vice President and Chief Information Officer of the company in 2008 with responsibility for the development and implementation of information technology strategy. In 2016, he accepted an expanded role taking on the responsibilities of Chief Solutions Officer.
Mr. Mordaunt began his career with WWI as a Software Engineer in 1989, and Group IT Manager in 1998. He held senior positions at Exel Logistics and DHL Exel Supply Chain, and returned to the Company as CIO in June 2006.
Mr. Mordaunt received a Diploma in Information Systems from Trinity College, Dublin, and a B.S. Degree in Business Information Systems.
Ms. Van Landschoot became the Chief Financial Officer of the company in September 2007. She joined the company in September 2000 and worked as Finance Director Europe before assuming her CFO position. Prior to that, she worked in Paris, France as Business Unit Controller for Johnson Controls, and as controller for ECA, a Belgium based automotive supplier.
Ms. Van Landschoot holds a Master of Business Economics and Business Engineering from the University of Leuven, Belgium.
Mr.Waller was a former Group CFO
Logistics from 2016
Prior to CEVA, he worked as Senior
Director at Alix Partners
at Fyber NV (2015
– 2016), and Group
CFO at Eurofins Scientific SE (2013 – 2014).
Peter also spent 12
years at Thomas Cook Group
in various roles
(2004 – 2012),
– 2012), Group M&A and
Investor Relations Director (2006
He has also served as a
management consultant at several firms.
an MBA from ESSEC and the University of Mannheim and a PhD in Strategy
from the University of Paderborn in Germany.
Christopher DiSantis was former CEO of Verso, a North American producer of printing and specialty papers and pulp, until he stepped down in April 2019. Prior to joining Verso, DiSantis served in executive leadership roles for several companies, growing sales via new product development and implementing creative market strategies to enhance equity returns. From 2012 to 2016, he was CEO of H-D Advanced Manufacturing Company, a diversified enterprise that manufactures motion control products for the aerospace, defence, energy and industrial markets. From 2011 to 2012, DiSantis was CEO of Latrobe Specialty Metals, Inc. (now a part of Carpenter Technology Corporation), a worldwide supplier of essential premium alloys for the aerospace, defence, high speed and tool steel sectors. Before joining Latrobe, he served for a decade in positions of increasing responsibility, most recently as president, at Hawk Corporation, a global manufacturer of braking and power transmission friction products (formerly a public entity – NYSE Amex: HWK). Previous experience includes Vice President at The Seabury Group, an investment bank providing M&A and operational oversight, President of Manufacturing Division at Acutus Gladwin, and analyst in Bankers Trust.
He received an A.B. with double major in Mathematics & Economics from Dartmouth College in 1993.
In 2015 William Gryzenia was named CEO of AxleTech, a provider of off-highway and specialty vehicle powertrain systems and components. William joined syncreon’s board of directors in 2019.
From 2001 – 2010 William served as vice president of Aftermarket at AxleTech. As a key member of the company’s leadership team, he was actively involved in the sale of AxleTech to Carlyle in 2005 and General Dynamics in 2008.
Prior, William served as vice president and general manager of Dana Holding Corporation’s global on-highway and off-highway aftermarket business. In this role, William was responsible for defining and leading the global strategy and implementing operational improvements across 11 global distribution centers.
In addition, from 2000 – 2003, William held the position of director of business development at Apexon, a supply chain software provider of operational supplier relationship management solutions for Global 500 companies. During his tenure, he managed client relationships, developed a strategic adviser program and researched and secured strategic alliance and service partner agreements.
Before moving to Apexon, William worked for Harnischfeger Corporation (Joy Global Inc. / Komastu) in South America as senior sales manager and as assistant general manager.
William holds a Bachelor of Science in industrial and operations engineering from the University of Michigan and an IMBA from the University of Chicago.
Mr. Johar is currently President & CEO of Blume Global, a cloud based digital logistics and supply chain platform company. Mr. Johar previously worked at Edgeverve where he served as CEO of the InfoSys subsidiary from 2017 to 2018. Previously, Mr. Johar was President and CEO at Steelwedge Software Inc., a supply planning and sales & operations planning company from 2014 to 2017. Under his tenure, Steelwedge successfully completed a merger with E2open to form the largest purely cloud-based supply chain software company in the world. Mr. Johar previously served as Vice President of Global Supply Chain Systems at HP from 2012 to 2014, where he was responsible for strategy and execution of worldwide supply chain management, manufacturing, product life cycle management, order-to-cash, and procure-to-pay business processes and IT systems for HP’s supply chain. In addition, he was CTO at Manhattan Associates, a leading provider of supply chain execution solutions.
He received a Master of Science in Computer Science from Villanova University, and an MBA from Boston University.
Mr. Daniel Avramovich has taken up the role as chairman of the board of directors at syncreon.
Daniel Avramovich has significant experience in the logistics industry. Most recently, he served as director and head of the audit committee of DCLI from 2016 to 2018. Beforehand, he held various positions at Pacer International / XPO Logistics including Senior Vice President of Strategic Development, Chairman, President and CEO (2009 – 2014), President and COO (2009), and President of Retail Intermodal Services (2008 – 2009). Previously, he served as Executive Vice President of Sales and Marketing at Kansas City Southern (2006 – 2008). Also, he spent five years at Exel Logistics, now DHL Supply Chain, serving as Division President of Network Services (2003 – 2005), Division President of Excel Direct (2000 – 2003), Senior Vice President of Operational Services in America (1997 – 2000), and CFO / CIO of Allied Van Lines (1996 – 2000). Daniel also held numerous positions at Union Pacific Corporation as Executive Vice President of Marketing and Sales of Overnite Transportation (1995 – 1996), Senior Assistant Vice President of Marketing and Sales of Union Pacific Railroad (1990 – 1995), Vice President and Controller of Union Pacific Railroad (1986 – 1987). Additionally, Daniel worked at IU International as Executive Vice President of Operations of Landstar (1988 – 1990), CFO of Ryder & PIE (1985 – 1986), and CFO & CIO of Ranger Transportation (1984 – 1985). Other experience includes PepsiCo (1978 – 1984) and Accenture (1975 – 1978). Daniel has held board positions including the audit committee at DCLI, compensation and audit committees at U.S. Silica Holdings, and Chairman & CEO of Pacer International.
He received a BSBA from University of Akron in 1973 and an MS in Accounting from Kent State University in 1975.