Executive roles change hands at Mullen Transportation

ALDERSYDE, Alta. — The upcoming retirement of Mullen Transportation’s vice-president of quality and training and corporate secretary, Robert Baldwin, has resulted in a shakeup within the company.

Baldwin will be retiring June 30, after more than a decade of service with Mullen.

“For over 13 years Bob has been a key executive in our organization. He joined Mullen Transportation just as our growth began to accelerate and has been a significant contributor to the success of the Company. On behalf of our 2,000 employees and owner-operators I want to take this opportunity to thank Bob for his contributions. He will be missed,” says president and chief executive officer, Murray Mullen.

In order to fill the void left by his departure, a number of senior executive appointments are taking place.

Mullen Trucking director of operations, James Little, will assume the role of vice-president of quality and training.

Meanwhile, Mullen’s senior executive assistant, Sharon Kaiser, will take over the role of corporate secretary.

“One of our Corporate Objectives is to provide our dedicated employees with growth opportunities. Both Jim and Sharon are dedicated and committed to the philosophies of our organization and I am pleased to announce their appointments,” says Mullen.

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