Transplace Appoints New Vice Presidents
Both executives bring extensive knowledge and experience to their new roles at Transplace and will further the companyâ€™s commitment to providing the highest quality service and solutions to its customers.
Mr Hefty has more than a decade of experience in the supply chain and logistics industry. He has held several positions at C.H. Robinson, including logistics supply chain manager and strategic sales. He ha s most recently served as president and CEO of Integri-T Transportation Solutions, a logistics and supply chain consulting service.
Mr Hefty specializes in bringing efficiency and cost savings to local and multi-national organizations through third party logistics, operations management and multi-modal solutions.
With 20 years of industry experience, Mr Farris brings significant knowledge of supply chain efficiency and project management skills from his work at national corporations.
Prior to joining Transplace, Mr Farris has served as director of implementation at Hewlett Packard where he was responsible for managing, planning and coordinating global energy supply chain activities in support of companyâ€™s business objectives.
In addition, Mr Farris previously worked at Electronic Data Systems as its global supply chain manager. In his role at Transplace, Mr Farris will be responsible for all new customer implementations as well as managing service and cost performance, and identifying opportunities for collaboration across customer networks.
George Abernathy, executive vice president and COO of Transplace, said: â€œBoth Mr Hefty and Mr Farris have demonstrated success in supply chain management and improving the operational efficiency for a wide range of companies. Their backgrounds align with our strategic business goals and further strengthen Transplaceâ€™s support of our customerâ€™s initiatives. Their addition reinforces Transplaceâ€™s commitment to growing our business and providing the highest level of services to our customers.â€
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