Beltmann Integrated Logistics Key Personnel
Marc Van Kley, President and Chief Operating Officer
Marc has been in the transportation/logistics industry for 36years, originally joining Beltmann in a national account sales role in 1981. Marc has progressed through a number of sales, sales management, and executive roles within Beltmann Relocation Group. Marc was promoted to President and Chief Operating Officer of Beltmann at the end of 2001, becoming the first non-family member to lead the company in its history. During the last decade, Marc has worked closely with the management of Beltmann Integrated Logistics to expand services to new markets such as technology asset recovery and healthcare relocation services, and to develop our game changing Total Trak technology. Marc lives in Atlanta, Georgia.
Mick Douglas, Vice President of Operations
Mick has over 27 years of industry experience, the last 22 of those with Beltmann. He has served in general manager and regional vice president roles, working at a number of Beltmann locations across the country. In his current role as Vice President of Operations for Beltmann Integrated Logistics, Mick is responsible for the project management and operational support functions for Beltmann's broad array of logistics clients. Mick is based out of Chicago, Illinois.
Robert Mastaler, Vice President – Hospitality
Senior leader for all FF&E/OS&E sales and operations supporting the hospitality and healthcare industry. Senior executive as it relates to customer experiences and execution of commitments. Responsible for all areas of operations, sales, vendor procurement and deliverables. Veteran key account manager for several legacy hospitality customers. Member of Beltmann's senior management team based in its Orlando, Florida facility.
Christopher Long, Director - Healthcare Services
Christopher offers 22 years of experience with medical equipment logistics and relocation management. He currently manages all aspects of the company’s healthcare projects including sales, operations, coordination and financial, nationwide. Christopher has been involved in over 300 healthcare projects including 78 replacement hospital projects and is very well versed in the scheduling, sequencing and coordination of both new and existing medical equipment, furniture and supplies.