Mark Stanyer has joined supply chain and logistics software expert, ProAct International, as MD. He moves from his role as IT director at the Office for Nuclear Regulation and brings 30 years’ experience in IT management, as well as expertise in logistics, distribution and supply chain.


Left to right: Mark Stanyer, MD; Gabrielle Parker, business development manager; and Garth Parker, chairman and president, ProAct International. Picture courtesy of ECG

“Mark joins ProAct during a period of evolution and growth in the global supply chain marketplace,” said Garth Parker, chairman and president of ProAct. “Mark’s role is to strengthen the management of ProAct and to help define and execute new strategies to drive the company’s ambitions to become best-in-class in the global multimodal supply chain market.”

ProAct has just celebrated its 30th anniversary as a software house working in the logistics and supply chain sector. It has been supporting customers in the automotive sector since the mid 1990s, with a significant proportion of its current business and growth in that field.