A three-member review panel has been named to conduct the environmental assessment of Vancouver Fraser Port Authority’s proposed Roberts Bank Terminal 2 project in British Columbia. Jocelyne Beaudet has been appointed as the Chair of the Review Panel. Diana Valiela and David Levy have been appointed as members of the Review Panel. Beaudet is a communications consultant with more than thirty years of experience in various fields related to the environment and public participation. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in physical anthropology from the University of Montréal and a Master’s degree in cultural anthropology from McGill University. She resides in Lunenburg, Nova Scotia. Valiela obtained her law degree from the University of British Columbia and also holds a Ph.D. and Master’s degree in zoology from Duke University and a Bachelor’s degree in biological sciences from Rutgers University. She has resided in Vancouver since 1973. Levy is the President of Levy Research Services Ltd. in North Vancouver. He has more than 30 years of experience providing independent scientific and management advice in fisheries and applied aquatic ecology. Dr. Levy has a Ph.D. and a Master’s degree in Fisheries Biology from the University of British Columbia and a Bachelor’s degree in Marine Biology from McGill University.
Edward (Ned) Hunter
Harrington Hoists, Inc appointed Edward (Ned) Hunter Executive Vice President and Senior Executive Officer of Harrington’s parent company, KITO Corporation. As second in command at KITO Corporation, Hunter will lead eleven of KITO’s fourteen operating subsidiaries. China, Korea and Taiwan will remain a separate division. Hunter will also remain chairman of the Kito Americas, Inc. subsidiary. Hunter is the first individual from outside of Japan to serve in this position for the Tokyo based hoist & chain manufacturer. Hunter joined Harrington Hoists, Inc. as President and CEO in 2004. He was later named President and CEO of Kito Americas, Inc. where he added the infrastructure necessary to serve the company’s customers in North, South and Central America. In addition, Hunter has served as the leader of the EMEA region for four years. Hunter holds a B.B.A. in economics from Temple University, Philadelphia, PA.
Harrington Hoists, Inc promoted Carlo Lonardi to President of Harrington Hoists, Inc. Lonardi will also serve as President and CEO of Kito Americas, Inc. In this new role, Lonardi will take on the leadership and responsibility of four Kito Group Companies including: Harrington Hoists, Inc., Peerless Industrial Group, Kito Canada Inc. and Kito Do Brasil. These America companies constitute the largest division within the Kito Group Companies. Lonardi was also named Executive Officer of Harrington’s parent company, KITO Corporation of Japan. He began his career with Harrington Hoists, Inc. as the Eastern Division Sales Manager in 1997. He was later named Vice President of Sales & Marketing and most recently he held the position of Chief Operating Officer with the company. Carlo holds a B.S. Degree in Business Management from Indiana University of Pennsylvania.