Former driver to head up UPS ops

ATLANTA — UPS announced that Myron Gray, head of regional operations in Canada and all of Latin America, will succeed Jim Winestock as the senior vice president of U.S. operations after Winestock’s retirement in February.

In his new position, the 51-year-old Gray will join UPS’s Management Committee, made up of the company’s 12 most senior executives.

Gray joined UPS in 1978 as a part-time package handler in the Tennessee District while attending the University of Memphis. In 1984, Gray became a package delivery driver and then was promoted to operations supervisor.

He worked his way through the ranks through the years, assuming command of UPS’s Americas Region in January 2008.


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