Stanton Chase Expands Global Supply Chain, Logistics & Transportation Group

As its global presence increases, Stanton Chase continues to fortify its Supply Chain, Logistics & Transportation Practice Group.
With offices in major hubs throughout the world, this Stanton Chase practice group has created a network of search professionals who are working together to identify candidates for this sophisticated and important industry. Stanton Chase has more than 70 offices in 45 countries.
“We have assembled industry leaders who understand the ever-increasing importance of getting products to markets quickly and efficiently,” said Juan D. Morales, Global Practice Leader for the firm’s Supply Chain, Logistics & Transportation Practice Group. “Today, the work requires an understanding of inter-modal transportation, technology, international currencies, risks of terrorism, and much more. We continue to be well positioned to serve our clients in this sector.”
With offices and sector leaders in Miami, Athens, Atlanta, Copenhagen, Dubai, Hong Kong, Los Angeles, Santiago, Toronto, and Zurich, the practice group has a presence in major hubs serving the world.
The most recent additions to the team as Global Sector Leaders are Alvaro Gazda (Toronto, Supply Chain), Gregory Nazarian (Dubai, Warehousing), and Robert Frei (Zurich, Freight Forwarding). 
  • Gazda, a career search professional, recently joined the Toronto office of Stanton Chase as a Director. Prior to joining Stanton Chase, he was with a large global recruitment firm in Brazil.  As a strategic partner to some of the most recognized consumer goods organizations, he has successfully completed complex C-Suite and senior level international engagements such as Global Vice-President, General Manager and Senior Director.
  • Nazarian, a Principal with the Dubai office, has worked across the Middle East and CIS regions since 2007. He has completed senior level executive search assignments for large international and regional organizations in Supply Chain & Logistics, Life Science, Technology, Consumer Goods, Non-profit, Retail, Financial Services and Construction sectors. Nazarian also worked in top managerial roles for Retail, Logistics and IT companies and was responsible for Supply Chain and Logistics functions.
  • Frei, a Partner in the Zurich office, has held various positions at one of the leading global logistics and transportation companies headquartered in Switzerland. His background at group management level stretches from global procurement, general management, corporate development to M&A and COO positions. During his career, Frei has worked in England and Hong Kong and travelled extensively, helping him to develop a broad understanding of different cultures and shape his ability to communicate throughout hierarchical and cultural borders.
Earlier this year, Hans Nilsson was named Global Sector Leader for Aviation and Aerospace. He works out of the Miami and Zurich offices. Peter Deragon, Managing Director of the Los Angeles office, heads up the Global Carrier and 3PL Sectors. Dean Bare, Managing Director of the Atlanta office, serves as the Regional Practice Leader and Ports Leader for this practice group.