CakeBoxx is the Next Generation of Shipping Containers
The CakeBoxx Technologies management team includes experts in the engineering and technical domains as well as global trade, transportation, security and business operations.
Daine Eisold, CEO
Daine Eisold is an expert in cargo security operations with a deep history of management success in both the private and public sectors. Before founding CakeBoxx Technologies, LLC, he was the President and CEO of Cotecna, Inc., where he managed the global supply chain security line of business for the Cotecna Group, a trade facilitation industry leader based in Geneva, Switzerland. His significant public sector experience includes serving as General Manager of Cargo Security and Director of Maritime Security for the US Transportation Security Administration (TSA) in the US Department of Homeland Security, where he was the senior executive responsible for development and implementation of air cargo, intermodal, hazmat and maritime security programs. He represented the TSA on multiple forums for transportation, supply chain and cargo security including IMO and the Technical Advisory Group to ISO working groupsTC8 N988- (ISO 28000 – Security Management Systems for the Supply Chain) and TC8 N987- (Best practices for custody in Supply chain security).
Daine is a veteran with more than 20 years of active duty service in the US Navy, where he commanded three US Navy warships, served as the Chief of Staff for the Navy International Programs Office and was a Senior Executive Fellow at Harvard University’s Weatherhead Center for International Affairs. He has an undergraduate degree from the University of North Carolina – Greensboro, a Master’s Degree in International Affairs from Salve Regina University, and is a graduate of the US Army War College and Joint Warfighting School.
Deak Childress, COO
Deak Childress is a subject matter expert in US Department of Defense (DOD), US Navy and US Department of Homeland Security operations and technology programs. Prior to joining CakeBoxx, he served as the Program Manager for the US Undersecretary of Defense (Intelligence) Tagging, Tracking and Locating (TTL) program. He served for more than 30 years as a Naval Aviator and commanded the US Navy’s largest Tactical Naval Air Station in Lemoore, California. Among other distinguished assignments Deak served as the US Naval Attaché to France and several overseas assignments on US Navy and Joint staffs.
Following the completion of his naval service Deak served in several challenging positions in the transportation security domains. He served in a Senior Executive Service position as the Deputy Assistant Administrator for Aviation Programs and Deputy Director of International Affairs for the Transportation Security Administration in the US Department of Homeland Security where he provided daily oversight and management of federal aviation security programs at all US airports and operational support and programmatic direction of TSA’s operational staff, Federal Security Directors, regional Area Directors and HQ staff. He also coordinated the agency’s anti-terrorism and aviation policies with international partners worldwide. Deak holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from William and Mary College and is a graduate of the Navy’s Fighter Weapons School (Top Gun) in Miramar, California.
H. Scott Lyman, Chief Commercial Officer
After receiving his Masters in International Management from Thunderbird, Scott began his career in San Francisco in the container leasing field. He went on to work for a major Class I railroad starting an NVOCC and helping to facilitate the inauguration of double stack container service. Scott’s first startup was a joint venture with a Japanese ocean carrier designing and marketing the innovative Coil Rack and Cotrabox containers, which were successfully used in service from Japan to the U.S. in support of the auto industry. He still owns the patent for the second generation design which focused on the European steel industry.
Scott is an expert in container inspection and certification. He is certified to validate container compliance with both Convention for Safe Containers (CSC) and ISO requirements and has worked on behalf of certification bodies for both ISO container standards and management systems. Scott joins the CakeBoxx Technologies management team as the Chief Commercial Officer responsible for commercial strategy development and implementation for the company. His emphasis is on working with commercial operators to develop innovative applications of our CakeBoxx products to enhance safety, security and profitability through the integration of CakeBoxx containers into private sector operations.
Burk Daggett, Vice President of Product Management
Burk Daggett is a licensed engineer with a long and distinguished career of entrepreneurial ventures in a number of diverse areas of expertise. Burk has built commercial manufacturing plants for refrigerated and frozen products, designed and built complex equipment and facilities including hydro and solar energy systems, water and sewer systems, mechanical propulsion, conveyor and chemical spray systems and an information management system utilizing voice recognition software for a news service in New Zealand. Truly a recognized expert, Burk was invited to teach construction management and contract budgeting for the State of Oregon.
In addition to his excellent engineering credentials, Burk has extensive executive and deck plate management experience. He has served as the Vice President of Development at the Vulcan Power Company in Oregon, operated his own company, Daggett Construction, for more than 30 years, and built, owned and operated ‘The Blacksmith’ restaurant in Bend, Oregon, rated by Conde Nast as one of the top restaurants in the world. Burk’s trademark is his uncanny ability to find solutions and make things work – functionally, safely, and economically.
Eric Myhre, Director of Government Programs
Eric Myhre is a career naval logistician with extensive experience in operational logistics and supply chain management. He has current commercial logistics management experience and networks from his service at Computer Sciences Corporation, Advanced Marine Center where he served as Program Manager leading the company’s Integrated Logistics Support Program. Eric was an Assistant Professor at the Industrial College of the Armed Forces, National Defense University in Washington, where he taught courses in logistics and acquisition to senior US military, DOD, DOS, DOT, and DHS civilians as well as senior international military officers. His previous experience also includes service as a Program Manager under the Secretary of the Navy, BRAC Infrastructure Strategy & Analysis Team, where he developed, organized and led the US Navy’s Supply and Storage Infrastructure Analysis Team.
Eric has a Master of Science in National Resource Strategy from the Industrial College of the Armed Forces, a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from the University of Tennessee, attended the Executive Education Program at the Tuck School of Business – Dartmouth, and completed both the Defense Acquisition University and Naval Transportation Management School Career Courses.