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LOGISTEC appoints Carl Delisle as new CFO

LOGISTEC Corporation provides specialized services to the marine community and industrial companies in the areas of bulk, break-bulk and container cargo handling.

May 6, 2022   by CM Staff

Mr Carl Delisle (CNW Group/Logistec Corporation)

MONTRÉAL — LOGISTEC Corporation announced on May 6 the appointment of Carl Delisle, CPA, CA, as Chief Financial Officer (CFO) effective May 5, 2022, and will succeed Jean-Claude Dugas, CPA, CA. Mr. Delisle joined LOGISTEC in 2018 as Corporate Controller and was appointed Vice-President and Corporate Controller in 2020.

“We are pleased to appoint Carl as our new CFO. Carl is an accomplished and driven leader, who has already made significant contributions to LOGISTEC’s financial performance, stakeholder relations and market knowledge to accelerate our growth plan,” stated Madeleine Paquin, President and CEO of LOGISTEC.

“Carl is an exceptional example of what it means to be a CFO in a rapidly-changing world – expertly navigating ever-evolving challenges and opportunities. The role of today’s CFO includes understanding the connection between an engaged workforce, solid IT systems and the use of strategic data, leading to actionable insights. Carl is encouraging a deeper understanding of the business across all levels and that is the innovative leadership style that gets results,” said J. Mark Rodger, Chairman of the Board of LOGISTEC.

Jean-Claude Dugas, Mr. Delisle’s predecessor, joined LOGISTEC in 2001. Jean-Claude is credited by the company with maximizing long-term shareholder value, ensuring a balanced portfolio of growth initiatives, and maintaining the high level of integrity and transparency for which LOGISTEC is known. He will now take on the role of Special Advisor until his retirement at the end of 2022.

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LOGISTEC Corporation is based in Montréal (QC) and provides specialized services to the marine community and industrial companies in the areas of bulk, break-bulk and container cargo handling in 54 ports and 80 terminals located in North America.


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