BDP International Names New President

Mike Andaloro has been named president of BDP International. He succeeds John Bolte, who is expected to head a new wholly-owned subsidiary, 360(o) Predictive Logistics and Supply Chain Management. In addition, Lance Malesh, global chief sales and marketing officer, has been promoted to the newly created position of chief commercial officer.

Andaloro is expected to have responsibility for BDP’s overall performance, including global operations, BDP Transport, sales, business development and the global talent pool at company-owned and joint venture units. He has worked for BDP for more than 25 years, most recently as global chief operating officer, a role he will retain as president. He has also served as managing director of Asia Pacific and chief operating officer of the company’s Global Process Accounts business unit.

BDP Chairman and CEO Richard J. Bolte, Jr. said, “Working closely with our ownership, board of directors and leadership team, Mike will play a leading role in shaping our strategic path forward.”

As president of 360(o) Predictive Logistics, which is due to be launched in early 2016, John Bolte will be responsible for its strategic direction and executive leadership of all functional departments, including technology, operations, sales, marketing and compliance. He also will be responsible for setting strategic and financial objectives, measuring performance and leading the risk management, corporate governance and compliance functions.

Malesh is expected to be responsible for all new business creation functions, including ocean, air and surface transportation as well as general management of the company’s new 360(o) Predictive Logistics unit. These responsibilities are in addition to his continued leadership of the global sales, business development and marketing/communications departments. He joined BDP in 2013 as global chief sales and marketing officer.