Clayton Gording has been named president of Reimer Express Lines
November 1, 2008
Vice-president of operations since 2001,Gording was responsible for all service centre operations, line-haul operations, vehicle purchasing, company-wide vehicle maintenance and labour relations. He b...
Vice-president of operations since 2001,Gording was responsible for all service centre operations, line-haul operations, vehicle purchasing, company-wide vehicle maintenance and labour relations. He began his career with Reimer Express in 1966 serving in a variety of clerical positions at the Regina, Sask. service centre. Outside of his professional duties at Reimer Express, Gording has also served in industry director and executive roles, including president of the Manitoba Trucking Association (MTA) from 2006-08. He currently serves as past-president.
Canadian Darren Christle, executive director, motor carrier division of Manitoba Infrastructure and Transportation, was elected president of the North America-wide enforcement agency, the CVSA, at its annual meeting Sept. 2.
Previously, Christle has served as secretary treasurer and vice-president of the CVSA. He has been involved in private and public sectors of the transportation industry for over 20 years. Currently, he’s in charge of commercial motor vehicle safety, regulation and enforcement in Manitoba. Christle is also a past chairman of the Canadian Council of Motor Transport Administrators Standing Committee on Compliance and Regulatory Affairs, and he has represented Manitoba on the CCMTA for 12 years.
ArvinMeritor has named Craig Cartmill its new general manager, operations of its Worldwide Commercial Vehicle Aftermarket group. Cartmill will be responsible for leading global operations for the group and will also be charged with deploying lean business principles.
Cartmill served 27 years with Daimler Trucks North America, most recently as director of parts distribution operations.
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