Carlile Announces Key New Positions
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Chuck Oeleis, Director of Sales for Carlile Transportation
[Anchorage, AK] Oeleis is a sales and supply-chain logistics professional with a 21-year career in global sales leadership and operations management, creating strategic supply chains solutions for customers in national and international markets. He brings additional skills to Carlile that enable the company to continue to grow and diversify the customer base and strengthen the sales team for years to come.
He will travel through the company and be based at the Carlile terminal at the Port of Tacoma. Chuck is a graduate of Western Oregon University with a degree in Business Management and a minor in Marketing. Chuck is married to his wife Christi and has 3 daughters, who range in age from 13 to 19.
Krisha Loescher promoted to Director of Human Resources
[Anchorage, AK] Loescher was recently promoted to the position of Human Resources Director for Carlile Transportation Systems, Inc. Krisha has a bachelor’s degree in Communication and has been in the transportation industry for 14 years; her transportation experience includes dispatching trucks, brokering freight, and handling over-size freight permits for moving loads. Prior to joining Carlile’s Human Resource Department, Krisha worked in the legal profession as a paralegal. Krisha has been a resident of Alaska for 8 years is married and has 4 children.
Lisa Marquiss, Corporate Director of Safety and Regulatory Compliance
[Anchorage, AK] Marquiss has been employed with Carlile for 24 years. She has designed and led the Regulatory team that manages Health, Safety, Security and Environmental (HSSE) concerns for a multi-disciplined transportation company. Responsibilities include ensuring that compliance with local, state and federal regulations. Other duties include planning and directing regular and effective safety, regulatory, and industry practice training for Operations and Support personnel.
Professional affiliations include active membership with the Alaska Trucking Association as a Board Member and past President, a member of the Alaska Statewide Hazardous Materials Team and the American Trucking Associations Government Traffic Policy Committee, and Vice Chair of the Hazardous Materials Policy Committee.
Outside of professional interests she enjoys all Alaska has to offer including sporting clays and sports fishing with her husband Stan and their six children.
Founded in 1980 by brothers John and Harry McDonald, Carlile has grown from two tractors to one of Alaska's largest trucking companies. Carlile Transportation Systems is based in Anchorage, Alaska and employs almost 700 people, including 110 at the Tacoma location. Carlile terminals serve Alaska from Anchorage, Fairbanks, Kenai, Kodiak, Prudhoe Bay/Deadhorse, Seward, Tacoma, WA, Twin Cities, MN, Houston, TX and Edmonton Alberta.