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CakeBoxx Technologies Welcomes Michael J. Stolarczyk as Senior Vice President

CakeBoxx Technologies is proud to welcome supply chain and logistics leader Michael J. Stolarczyk to the team as Senior Vice President – North America Sales. Michael joins the company’s McLean corporate HQ this month, bringing with him more than three decades of global supply chain & logistics experience.

CakeBoxx Technologies designs, builds and sells innovative ‘two-piece’ deck and lid design cargo shipping containers to the global cargo transportation and speciality manufacturing markets.

Michael joins CakeBoxx Technologies from Veristor Systems and has extensive industry experience including several key sales and management roles over 17 years at Maersk, both domestically in the US, Hong Kong and as Managing Director for the A.P. Moller Group, Maersk in Prague, Czech Republic.

In 2002, Michael’s efforts led to the Maersk’s quantum growth in Central Europe, and he was named to Fast Company magazine’s debut list of “Fast 50: Global Innovators Whose Achievements Helped Change Their Company or Society.”

Michael is recognized as a leading global supply chain influencer and published the book “Logical Logistics – A Common Sense Primer for your Supply Chain” in 2011.

Michael commented, “I’d like to thank the CakeBoxx Technologies team for welcoming me into the crew. I’m looking forward to creating customer aligned & customer attuned CakeBoxx solutions in the global logistics and transportation world. Let’s get started on vested collaboration, and ‘put a lid on it!'”

The CakeBoxx Technologies team look forward to working with Michael on developing key North America accounts and helping more organizations benefit from the safety, security and efficiency features offered by CakeBoxx ‘two-piece’ containers.

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