It is an honor to join a company that’s helped set the standards for the relocation and moving industry.
Oakville, Ont. (PRWEB) March 24, 2015
For the past two years, Schellenberg worked as vice president of Western Canada for Sameday Worldwide, a courier service offering express and cargo services. Excelling in this role allowed him to increase the company’s sales pipeline, improve on-time delivery service and reduce customer claims. Schellenberg has also held multiple senior leadership roles with CE Franklin, DHL Express Canada and United Parcel Service (UPS).
His areas of expertise include business development, strategy implementation, operations management, sales training and employee engagement.
“Barry is a proven leader in consistently developing and executing successful organizational excellence in training, operational improvement and sales growth techniques,” said Glen Dunkerson, chairman and CEO of Atlas World Group. “As an impactful performer, we are confident in his ability to quickly engage the Atlas Canada team and deliver meaningful business results.”
“It is an honor to join a company that’s helped set the standards for the relocation and moving industry,” said Schellenberg. “My intention is to deploy a strategic vision that focuses on the customer experience while supporting profitable and sustainable growth for the company.”
As Atlas Canada’s president, Schellenberg will oversee all business areas to drive the future direction of the van line. He will also be responsible for leveraging Atlas World Group business synergies, establishing and adhering to all budgets and profit and loss (P&L), and collaborating with fellow Atlas World Group leaders.
For more information on Atlas Canada and its relocation services, visit http://www.atlasvanlines.ca.
About Atlas Canada
Headquartered in Oakville, Ontario, Atlas Van Lines Canada provides local, long distance, international, cross border and specialized moving services through its 150 agent moving companies located in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, Newfoundland, Northwest Territories, Yukon, and Nunavut.