paperchainpeoplePackaging management and supply chain intelligence provider, Surgere, has grown its team with three new executive appointments.

David Hampton moves to the company to oversee client solutions and strategy, where he will collaborate with Surgere’s clients on project deployment and look for ways to reduce supply chain obstacles to save costs. Hampton was most recently vice president – Americas for packaging firm, Goodpack, a role he held for 13 years.

Meanwhile, Andrew Roholt has been appointed to handle technology solutions deployment, where he will be “the testing and approval point to all changes pertaining to IT production” according to Surgere. He will also oversee the daily development of team tasks and take part in new model development and collaborative testing. Roholt moves from his role as chief operating officer at Vista Ocular, an ophthalmic surgical equipment developer.
Finally, Alex Foreman, moves to the company in a role involved with technology solutions deployment where he will monitor and validate client data flow.

The company said he would be responding to and resolving any data related issues regarding Surgere's sRFID antenna portals, readers, listener service technology, along with system testing and functionality.

Foreman moves from a role in inventory supervision at Walmart.

"Surgere is made up of dynamic people with a broad ranging competency," said William Wappler, president and CEO of Surgere. "There really isn't anything quite like us. As our clients continue to take us to new peaks, we'll continue to design a team that strives to exceed those expectations, authentically and exceptionally."