Kenneth Pocius

Mr. Pocius joined the company as General Counsel and Corporate Secretary in September 2007. Mr. Pocius manages the company’s legal strategy, including M&A, corporate and capital structure, commercial contracts, litigation, compliance, and acts as the corporate secretary for the company and its subsidiaries.

Mr. Pocius has over 20 years experience practicing law, spending his first seven years in private practice before transitioning into corporate in-house roles.

Mr. Pocius holds a Juris Doctor with honors from Michigan State University College of Law.

Andreas Guenther

Mr. Günther assumed the role of Chief Human Resources Officer for the company in May 2019. He holds responsibility for the global HR organization including all related operational and strategic functions.

He possesses more than 25 years of experience in significant leadership roles in international companies like Ford, Delphi, Hydro Aluminum and WR Grace.  Before joining syncreon, Mr. Günther has spent more than 7 years in several HR positions of increasing responsibility at A. Schulman Inc., most recently as their Chief Human Resources Officer.

Mr. Günther holds a diploma in Education Sciences and Human Resources from the University of the German Federal Armed Forces in Hamburg, Germany.

Marc Boonen

Mr. Boonen is the Chief Commercial Officer and joined syncreon in November 2016.  In this role, he is responsible for the strategy and evolution of syncreon’s automotive and technology business development efforts.

Mr. Boonen is a highly accomplished global commercial leader having held multiple high-level positions across LMS and Siemens. His previous experience extended globally and he significantly increased top line revenue and outperformed company profit goals.  His most recent position was the Vice President and General Manager, Americas for Siemens where he was responsible for sales, support and services in the Americas with global growth responsibility for products and solutions.

Julian Mordaunt

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.

Richard Vieites

Mr. Vieites is the Chief Operating Officer and joined syncreon in 2017 as President of Technology in the Americas. He delivers broad international expertise to syncreon, including 23 years of supply chain and logistics experience with strong knowledge of South America markets. Mr. Vieites has led international logistics operations teams in the Automotive, Technology, Retail and Healthcare markets. Prior to joining syncreon, he was Executive Vice President of North American Contract Logistics for CEVA and had held previous senior leadership positions in South America. Mr. Vieites holds a B.S. degree in Logistics from Penn State University.

Carine Van Landschoot

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.

Brian Enright

Mr. Enright has been on syncreon’s Board of Directors since origination of the company and was  appointed Chief Executive Officer of syncreon in September 2007, six months after the TDS acquisition.  Mr. Enright was the Chief Executive Officer of WWI from May 1999 until August 2007, where he led  the business’ growth from a small regional transportation provider to a global logistics company.

Mr. Enright holds a BA in Economics, Sociology and Politics, and a Master’s Degree in Information Technology from University College Galway.