Suddath Announces New Moving & Logistics Leadership Team
NEWS // July 20, 2020
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (July 20, 2020) – Suddath®, a leading global transportation, relocation and logistics company, recently announced expanded roles and responsibilities for three key leaders in the Moving & Logistics organization. These changes allow the company to align leadership in a manner that will best produce sustainable business performance and extend critical resources to specific projects that will provide longer term growth for the organization.
Mark Scullion, Chief Commercial Officer
Mark Scullion is taking on an expanded role as Chief Commercial Officer for the Moving & Logistics organization as it relates to Suddath’s commercial and logistics product offerings. This role will continue to focus on building a growth culture that allows the company to diversify product segments and customer portfolios across the network. Scullion will have direct responsibility for the commercial and logistics market strategies and sales organizations. He will also continue to lead the strategic direction of the national account project management organization, the two largest workplace markets of Seattle and San Jose, and the recently-acquired Perdue Office Interiors and Phase Integration teams. Prior to his role as Chief Commercial Officer, Scullion served as the President of Suddath’s workplace solutions business, where he expanded the company’s commercial services to include professional planning, office furniture, MAC and integrated national account solutions. He also led the Suddath innovation team in developing two industry-leading, award-winning workplace technology applications. A 25-year veteran of the moving industry, prior to joining Suddath, Scullion spent 18 years with Graebel where he held leadership roles in controllership, sales, operations and general management.
Brad Liddie, Chief Operating Officer
Brad Liddie is taking on expanded responsibilities as the Chief Operating Officer for the Moving & Logistics organization as it relates to standard operating procedures that will be utilized by front-line leaders across all physical operations. This focus includes establishing key performance indicators for operational execution and customer-specific service level agreements, as well as compliance with key systems of record. Liddie will continue to be directly responsible for the standalone logistics operations, our furniture, fixtures and equipment (FF&E) and international freight forwarding operations, as well as the logistics solutions, engineering and brokerage operations. Before his role as Chief Operating Officer, Liddie was the Senior Vice President of Operations for Suddath’s logistics business, where he managed multiple teams responsible for domestic transportation and international freight forwarding for corporate clients seeking supply chain and 3PL management services. Prior to joining Suddath, Liddie served as Vice President of Operations for Kenco Logistics Services and before that, he served as Director (Delivery and Installation) of supply chain operations for Ferguson Enterprises.
Walter Myers, Chief Administrative Officer
Walter Myers is taking on expanded responsibility as Chief Administrative Officer for the Moving & Logistics organization as it relates to finance, billing and driver settlement operations. Myers will also be taking on responsibility for activities specifically related to Moving & Logistics in the areas of procurement/vendor management, sales and operations planning and data analytics. He will continue to have direct responsibility for the Southeast region branch operations teams. Before assuming his role as Chief Administrative Officer, Myers held positions at Suddath as Senior Vice President of Moving & Logistics, Vice President of Financial Planning and Analytics and Director of Corporate Finance and Analytics.
Prior to joining Suddath in 2013, he worked at iGPS as the Vice President of Finance, and before that, he served as Vice President of Corporate Development at EverBank.
“These changes were made for us to operationalize many of the synergies we have identified as we’ve been reimagining the way services are taken to market across our portfolio,” said Scott Perry, President, Suddath Moving & Logistics. “We recognize that the world around us, and more specifically our customers’ needs, continue to change. We will remain flexible to adapt to those ever-changing needs as we continue to develop the solutions necessary to be the best Moving & Logistics partners for each of our current and future customers.”