Willie Hamel has been named interim president of the Alberta Motor Transport Affiliation (AMTA), as Chris Nash leaves the position to turn out to be vice-president – business relations and member options.
When saying the transfer, the board mentioned Nash’s newly created place will concentrate on aligning affiliation providers with member wants, and broaden partnerships created by a brand new Strategic Plan.
Hamel – a enterprise marketing consultant who served as board chairman from 2013-18 — will oversee day-to-day operations on the affiliation. He had served as vice-president – operations at Trimac Transportation, and vice-president of Diversified Transportation.
“These modifications develop our capability and strengthen our focus so we will finest deal with the various alternatives our business faces within the coming years,” mentioned board chairman Jude Groves. “They’ll allow AMTA to answer members’ wants and pursue aligned alternatives as we develop our affiliation, with out blurring the concentrate on our mandate as a security and advocacy group.”
It’s the third provincial trucking affiliation to see modifications in administration ranks in latest weeks.
Jordan Ewart has left the Saskatchewan Trucking Affiliation after serving as supervisor – coverage and authorities relations. The Atlantic Provinces Trucking Affiliation has additionally begun the seek for a brand new govt director with the departure of Jean-Marc Picard.