Scout Logistics promotes executive

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TORONTO, Ont. – Western carriers will now have a new point-of-contact at Scout Logistics Corp.

The perishable goods logistics company has promoted Ethan Kline to the role of operations manager for west coast logistics. In his new position, Kline will be responsible for carrier relations and freight management to and from major international produce hubs throughout North America.

“This new focus will immediately allow Scout to increase our ability to manage complex produce movements, including both North American shipments into and out of Western Canada, as well as offshore programs with shipments originating from Europe, South America and the Middle East,” said Lorne Swartz, president of Scout Logistics Corporation. “This was a natural progression here at Scout, and Ethan’s knowledge surrounding logistics is simply unparalleled.”

Kline said he is ready to help Scout reach new markets.

“I am excited to take on this opportunity and increase Scout’s reach into the West Coast market. We aim to be able to provide service excellence from any produce growing region, be that in California or Columbia, Delaware or Dominican Republic.”

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