The Terminal Corporation's
Executive Management Team
John T. Menzies III, Chairman, The Terminal Corporation
Jock Menzies has served as Chairman of The Terminal Corporation since 1984, when he and his brother Scott purchased the company from their father and uncle. In this role, Mr. Menzies is responsible for all of Terminal's strategic planning, new business ventures, and high-level vendor relationships. Under Mr. Menzies' strategic guidance, Terminal Corporation has grown tenfold, with current annual sales of over $30 million and almost two million square feet of strategically located warehouse space in and around the Baltimore/Washington area. Despite the growth and change, Mr. Menzies continues to remain true to the corporate values set by his father, uncle, and grandfather before him by building long-term, mutually beneficial relationships with Terminal's partners and vendors. Mr. Menzies also leads Terminal Corporation on a very public basis, serving in Directorship positions for many prestigious companies, economic committees, and trade associations. He has received numerous recognition awards for his business leadership efforts.
Scott Menzies, President, The Terminal Corporation & Managing Partner, Baltimore Forest Products (BalTerm)
In his dual role as President of The Terminal Corporation and Managing Partner of BalTerm - Terminal's forest products company - Scott Menzies' experienced leadership has enabled The Terminal Corporation to continue its long and revered tradition of creating innovative logistics technologies that enable its customers to grow and achieve bottom-line results. With direct P&L responsibility for all of Terminal's divisions, Mr. Menzies takes a very hands-on approach with Terminal's customers and is committed to doing whatever it takes to get the job done right. This customer-oriented philosophy extends to his employees, whose average time with the company is over 15 years. Mr. Menzies' leadership efforts have earned him the Governor's Award for Trade Excellence and the Maryland Award for International Business Leadership. Mr. Menzies also serves as the Secretary/Treasurer of the International Forest Products Association (IFPTA) and has held Board positions for many business advisory committees.
Tom Huesman, President, Terminal Transportation Services (TTS)
Tom brings over 25 years of transportation experience and knowledge to the Terminal Corporation. He has held positions such as Port Manager and Division Manager for a large worldwide containership company. He was the International
Marketing Manager for CSX and General Manager of Steamship Trade Development with the Port of Baltimore. Mr. Huesman also was President
and Owner of a regional transportation company. As the leader of TTS- The Terminal Corporation Transportation arm, he brings extensive
experience to the organization from the maritime, rail and trucking industries. He is responsible for the dedicated and regional trucking
solutions, both truckload and LTL, as well as the 48 state brokerage service.
Bill Cavanaugh, Vice President, Warehouse Operations
Responsible for overseeing the day to day operations of Terminal's warehousing division. As Vice Presidnent of Warehouse Operations, Mr. Cavanaugh oversees the management of six warehouse locations encompassing approximately 80 employees. Mr. Cavanaugh has worked in all organizational areas including merchants, stores, and inventory control management to maximize product flow and minimize overall handling costs. A member of the Institute of Industrial Engineers, Mr. Cavanaugh also is certified by USA Hockey as a level 4 youth hockey coach.
Leon F. Smith, Jr., Director of Technology
Responsible for evaluating, implementing, and maintaining technology, Leon Smith brings over 20 years of IT experience to The Terminal Corporation. As Director of Technology, Mr. Smith oversees networking, systems, communications, WMS, EDI, web site operations, and hardware and software. He uses his expertise to design and implement data solutions, providing Terminal's customers with the essential and time-critical data which they need to keep their operations running smoothly.