TOTE and Carlile Announce New Appointments

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Wednesday, July 03, 2013
John Armstrong

TOTE Logistics Inc. parent company of Carlile Transportation Systems announced several new company positions.

John Armstrong – Carlile, Vice President, Logistics

John Armstrong has accepted the Vice President, Logistics position for Carlile Transportation Systems, Inc. John joins Carlile from sister company Alta Logistics, where he was the Director of Logistics. John has leadership, operations and logistical supply chain management experience. John is familiar with both the Alaska and Pacific Northwest Markets, having worked in Alaska for many years. John and his team will be working out of the Tacoma


Gene Carlson – Carlile, Vice President, Trucking Operations

Gene Carlson has accepted the Vice President, Trucking Operations position with Carlile Transportation Systems, Inc. Gene previously held the position of Vice President of Special Projects for Carlile. In his new position Carlson will be overseeing the Heavy Haul, Equipment Repair and Maintenance, Line Haul and Bulk Departments. Gene will be based in Anchorage.

Linda Leary, TOTE Logistics Inc., Vice President, Commercial Development

Linda Leary has accepted the Vice President, Commercial Development position with TOTE Logistics, Inc., Carlile’s parent company. Linda’s new role will be overseeing the Sales and Marketing Department of Carlile, TOTE Logistics, Inc. and Spectrum. Linda will continue to build revenue with current customers and seek new opportunities to continue the positive growth on a much broader logistical scale, maintaining several key accounts and remaining heavily involved in community relations. Linda will continue to be based in Anchorage.

Geoffrey Hawtrey – TOTE Logistics Inc., Vice President, Support Services
Geoffrey Hawtrey has accepted the Vice President, Support Services position with TOTE Logistics, Inc., Carlile’s parent company. Geoffrey will be working with the Carlile, TOTE Logistics, Inc. and Spectrum IT Departments to develop and implement strategies, policies and initiatives needed to support the corporate vision and achieve the organizational goals. Geoffrey has implemented TMW, PeopleSoft and Lawson and possesses strong leadership and process implementation skills. Geoffrey was most recently with Saddle Creek Corporation, a 3PL Warehouse and Transportation Company in Lakeland, Florida. Geoffrey will be based in Federal Way.

Jeff Palmer – TOTE Logistics Inc., Controller

Jeff Palmer has accepted the Controller position with TOTE Logistics, Inc., Carlile’s parent company. Jeff will be overseeing the company’s accounting and finance department, working with Judy Eckart, Carlile Controller, to streamline processes, develop budgets, reduce expenses and keep revenue growing. Jeff joins TOTE from Menlo. Jeff will be located in Anchorage for the next six months and then working out of Federal Way.
 

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