Initially Commercial Director of Kane Logistics, Stan Schrader aims in his new role to maintain a high level of organic growth and to implement the commercial synergies offered by this merger with ID Logistics. With this appointment, Stan Schrader, 61, brings more than 35 years of experience in logistics and supply chain management. ” I am particularly happy and motivated by the conduct of this new unit on American territory. ID Logistics offers us a unique opportunity to pursue our development in our market and brings a strong complementary know-how to the activities of Kane Logistics. The proximity of culture and strategy between our two companies is simply amazing and represents a real guarantee of future success.– Stan Schrader, Managing Director ID Logistics US.
Stan Schrader began his career in 1982 with Schreiber Wholesale Service, a logistics company, as Operations Manager. From 1992 to 2000, he joined Exel Logistics (DHL Group), as Vice President of Operations for the Healthcare Americas division, supervising 18 sites (5 million m²) and more than 1,300 employees. From 2001 to 2007, he joined Arnold Logistics as Senior Vice President of Business Development. In 2007, he joined Jacobson (XPO Group) as vice-president of business development where his missions consisted of overseeing the strategy as well as ensuring continuous improvement. From 2016 to 2018, he was appointed Sales Director at MXD Group. In 2019, he joined KANE Logistics as Commercial Director, leading account management and business development. Stan Schrader is a member of the Council for Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP).
At the same time, William Parramore, appointed head of ID Logistics activities at the end of 2021 until the acquisition of Kane Logistics, will now take on the role of Business Development Director for the new entity.
The strong ambitions of ID Logistics in the United States
Two years after its entry into the United States following the takeover of Nespresso’s logistics operations, ID Logistics is giving itself the means to achieve its ambitions in an area with strong potential: the size of ID Logistics after the acquisition of KANE Logistics, the management and the organization put in place should make it possible to develop commercial synergies and pursue strong growth in a geographical area which, in the medium term, will represent a significant part of the Group’s activities.
” The acquisition of Kane Logistics represents a new strategic step in our history for our Group. It opens up a considerable new field of development for us, particularly with industrial consumer goods customers. We also benefit from a team of experienced and dynamic managers who are committed to our values. – Eric Hémar, President of ID Logistics