Global Insight makes trade, transportation staff changes
U.S. economic analyst and forecaster Global Insight has made three appointments to its senior trade and transportation management staff.
Paul Bingham, already with Global Insight since 1999, was named managing director of world trade and transportation markets.
Charles Clowdis, a former vice president of TNT North America, has been appointed managing director of North American markets with responsibility for the company’s U.S. and Canadian products and consulting capabilities. He has also previously worked for TRANSCON Inc., Sun (Oil) Carriers Inc., Mason & Dixon Lines Inc., as well as serving as an executive consultant to Ernst & Young LLP, KPMG, and Cap Gemini, through his own independent consulting practice.
Scott Sigman has been named a principal of trade and transportation consulting. Sigman will undertake projects related to shipping operations and will assist public- and private-sector clients in the development of policy, strategy and market analysis. Prior to joining Global Insight, Sigman was a director of business development for Vanguard Services Inc., a fleet and logistics employee leasing company. He was also the senior intermodal director, as well as chief planning and business development officer, for the Ports of Indiana. Prior to this, he worked for Transamerica Leasing Inc. and P&O Nedlloyd.
Ben Hackett, who recently retired from his position in Global Insight’s trade and transportation group, has been named as an executive consultant and will continue to contribute to the production of Global Insight’s World Trade forecast.