ITHACA, NY, February 2023− Ongweoweh Corporation, a Native American-owned pallet management company providing pallet and packaging procurement, recycling services, and supply chain optimization programs throughout the nation, has announced the promotion of Matt Haddock to Director of Global Operations. In his new role, he will be responsible for the growth and management of Ongweoweh’s International business units, which include Mexico, Canada, and the United States territory of Puerto Rico. He will also manage the physical manufacturing locations in the United States.
Haddock brings seven years of experience to this role and has held multiple positions within the organization. He most recently served as Manager of Global Operations.
Ongweoweh President and CEO Sheila Thorton shared, “It has been an honor watching Matt grow throughout our company and to be able to recognize his efforts through this well-deserved promotion. He is a strong leader with a passion for innovation and growth, and I look forward to seeing the wonderful impact he will continue to have on our company, clients, and partners in his new role.”
Haddock resides in Candor, NY, with his wife and stepdaughter and holds an Associates of Arts Degree in Communications from the State University of New York College at Plattsburgh. In his free time, Haddock enjoys supporting the Philadelphia Eagles football team and Syracuse University’s sports. He also coaches his stepdaughter’s softball team.
About Ongweoweh Corporation
Ongweoweh Corp is a Native American-owned pallet management company providing pallet and packaging procurement, recycling services, and supply chain optimization programs. Ongweoweh provides custom reporting along with data and trend analysis for a diverse customer base of Fortune 500 companies and services a variety of industries, including food and beverage, pharmaceuticals, grains, chemicals, automotive components, oil, technology, corrugate, retail, and more.
Established in 1978, Ongweoweh Corp was founded by Frank Bonamie, an enrolled member of the Cayuga Indian Nation of New York, and has grown to be one of the most successful privately-owned Native American companies in the United States.