Wyatt Takes On New Role as Vice President of Strategic Partnerships; Rotman Promoted to Vice President of Supply Chain at Canadian Linen


New Roles for Vice Presidents and promotions at Canadian Linen

TORONTO, ON – (December 18, 2015) – Canadian Linen & Uniform Service, a leading textile rental services and supplier in North America, today announced the appointment of  Wiz Wyatt to a new role as Vice President of Strategic Partnerships and Dave Rotman has been promoted to the position of Vice President of Supply Chain.

Wyatt joined the company in 2006 and served as the Vice President of Sales & Marketing and the Vice President of Supply Chain prior to his new appointment. In a newly established role, he will now be responsible for developing and maintaining positive and mutually beneficial working relationships with industry, community and key vendor partners.

“Our ongoing success and growth will be directly supported by how well we develop and maintain our business relationships,” said Bill Evans, President and CEO of Canadian Linen. “In many respects, we will continue building on the efforts of the Supply Chain Team over the past three years. I know Wiz’s strengths in this area will serve us well and I look forward to him joining my team of direct reports.”

Rotman will support the continued improvement of Canadian Linen’s supply chain systems and processes, delivering additional efficiencies in textile management and back-end operations.

“Dave’s leadership of the company’s project management office, reporting, business intelligence and pricing functions over the past several years has led to significant technology and reporting capabilities which have directly contributed to improved profitability, customer service and internal alignment,” said Evans. “His capabilities and experience will allow us to continue to gain more efficiency in our supply chain and product sourcing, while supporting service and quality excellence.”

Rotman joined the company in 2007 and has served in several roles, most recently as Senior Director of Program Management. According to Evans, Rotman has been a strong contributor to the company and Canadian Linen’s leadership team over the past seven years. 

About Canadian Linen and Uniform

Headquartered in Toronto, Ontario, Canadian Linen and Uniform is recognized as one of the largest uniform rental and linen supply companies in Canada. Operating more than 35 production facilities and service centers throughout Canada, Canadian Linen provides linen, uniforms, floor mats, restroom products and facilities services to nearly 80,000 customers every week. Founded in 1925 in Vancouver, the privately held company is still owned and managed by the Steiner family. Commitment to the customer, personalized service and innovation has sustained the company for nearly 90 years. Additional company information can be found online at www.canadianlinen.com.