Andlauer Healthcare Group is managed by a passionate team with 150 years of combined experience working in the logistics, transportation and healthcare industries. Our strong alignment with shareholders and positive employee culture with a focus on transparency, accountability and excellence are what continue to drive us forward.
Michael has over 35 years of experience in the Canadian transportation industry. He founded ATS Andlauer (now ATS Healthcare) in 1991 and Associated Logistics Solutions Inc. (now Accuristix) in 1995. Michael also serves as President and Chief Executive Officer of Andlauer Management Group Inc. (AMG), a company he founded in 1994 to manage and operate transportation and logistics companies with a healthcare focus. In 2019, Andlauer Healthcare Group Inc. (AHG) was formed as a subsidiary of AMG to bring several specialized healthcare supply chain companies together under one brand.
With a passion for hockey, Michael has been involved with the Hamilton Bulldogs since 2003, first as a co-owner, then sole owner. In 2009, he purchased a share of the 24-time Stanley Cup Champion Montreal Canadiens, Bell Centre and Gillett Entertainment Group (now called evenko) as part of a group headed by Geoff Molson. He stands in as alternate governor for the Habs.
Peter joined AHG in 2019 after a 25-year career with UPS Supply Chain Solutions. He began his UPS career by joining the finance team of Livingston, Inc. – a private Canadian logistics provider which was acquired by UPS in 2000. In the following years, Peter served as Vice President Operations in Canada for UPS before relocating to Europe in 2005. There, he managed various functions for the logistics and distribution product for Europe, the Middle East and Africa. In 2009, he began to focus on the first healthcare clients in UPS Europe’s inaugural healthcare distribution centre and would continue on to become Managing Director for UPS Supply Chain Solutions back in Canada.
Peter is a Chartered Professional Accountant and holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree from the University of Toronto, and an MBA from the University of Western Ontario.
Stephen joined ATS Healthcare in 2009 and has worked in the transportation/logistics field for 30 years. Prior to joining ATS, he was president of both Muir’s Cartage and Indus, part of the Calyx Transportation Group. Muir’s Cartage is a closed-loop transportation provider to some of Canada’s most successful retail and consumer products organizations. Indus was an emerging supply chain management company created to deliver an expanded range of services to existing clients. Prior to joining the Calyx Group, as President of Concord Transportation Inc, he transformed the company from a general LTL carrier to an expedited carrier focused on delivering a full range of premium cross-border transportation solutions.
Before his career in transportation, Stephen was a management consultant with KPMG’s Strategic & Technology Services. Stephen graduated from the University of Guelph with an Honours B. Sc. degree.
Bob joined ATS Healthcare in 2001 and has been in transportation in successively senior roles since 1984. Prior to ATS, he was with the Day and Ross Transportation Group where he served as CIO and then as the President of the Sameday Rightoway Division. Prior to Day and Ross, he was with CP Limited where he served as the VP of Marketing Services for the CP Express and Transport Division of CP Trucks after a role as Operational Auditor for CP Limited. He started his career with CN Rail as an Operations Research Analyst.
Bob holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree and an MBA both from Dalhousie University.
Reg joined Accuristix in 2014 as Chief Operating Officer, overseeing Operations, Finance and Information Technology. A year later, he was promoted to Chief Executive Officer. Reg began his career at Price Waterhouse, where he managed a diverse group of manufacturing, retail, healthcare, logistics and financial customers. In 1994, Reg joined Livingston and was promoted to Vice President Finance & Administration where he was involved in the sale of the distribution business to UPS. After the acquisition by UPS, Reg was made Vice President, Finance for UPS Supply Chain Solutions and was a member of its Executive Team. In 2003, Reg transitioned to the role of Vice President Operations – Logistics Services – overseeing the Canadian head office, 14 distribution centres and over 800 employees.
Reg is a Chartered Professional Accountant and holds an MBA from McMaster University and a B. Sc. in Physics from the University of Waterloo.