Fastfrate names Peter Marshall president and CEO; Ron Tepper named executive chairman

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WOODBRIDGE, Ont. — Consolidated Fastfrate Inc. today announced that Peter Marshall has been named President and Chief Executive of Consolidated Fastfrate Inc. and its subsidiaries, effective immediately.

Ron Tepper will become the Company’s Executive Chairman and focus on the growth and strategic direction of Fastfrate.

Marshall has broad experience in the North American transportation and logistics industry.

Most recently, he held a senior executive role with CN Rail. His background also includes extensive sales and marketing experience with Imperial Oil Limited. He holds a business degree from Queen’s University.

“We are fortunate to have an executive of Peter’s caliber join our organization,” said Ron Tepper. “He brings the management capabilities and experience to Fastfrate which will play an integral role in our future success as we navigate today’s economic environment and continue to grow our business. I very much look forward to working alongside Peter in my new role as Executive Chairman.”

John Q. Anderson, co-head of Fenway’s Transportation/Logistics practice continued, “Peter brings to Fastfrate significant management, commercial and operational experience, and will be a valuable addition to the Fastfrate team as it continues to grow organically and through acquisitions. Under Peter’s leadership and with the additional resources provided by Fenway, we expect to further solidify Fastfrate’s position as a leading Canadian transportation and logistics company.”

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