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News  January 4, 2013 8:25AM

COMPETITION WATCH: Day & Ross announces changes to executive team

TORONTO, Ont. -- Day & Ross has announced a pair of appointments to its executive team. Larry Rodo will be taking up the position of president for Day & Ross Freight and Doug Harrison will be taking the role of chief operating officer...


TORONTO, Ont. — Day & Ross has announced a pair of appointments to its executive team. Larry Rodo will be taking up the position of president for Day & Ross Freight and Doug Harrison will be taking the role of chief operating officer for Day & Ross Transportation Group.

Rodo will have total responsibility for the company’s LTL and TL division in his new role. Rodo joins Day & Ross from Brinks USA, where he served as president. Prior to this, he acted as president of Brinks Canada and has previously held senior executive roles with Nadiscorp, Schenker and Reimer Express Lines. Larry has an extensive background in transportation and logistics, and holds a B.A. from the University of Toronto along with his CITT certification.

In his role as COO, Harrison will have responsibility for the company’s overall strategy, a number of its support groups and its four operating companies. Harrison joined Day & Ross in 2011 as president of Day & Ross Freight. He has held various senior executive positions within the transportation and logistics industry, serves on a number of volunteer and company boards, and is an active speaker and presenter at numerous industry events.

 

           


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