Scout Logistics names new vice-president

by Truck News

TORONTO, Ont. – Scout Logistics has announced the promotion of Jamie Klayman to vice-president.

Klayman is an 8 year veteran of the business, the company says. He will be responsible for continuing to build sales within the North American market with specific focus on interstate loads transitioning from the Western states and Texas, to major international produce hubs throughout North America.

Before this position, Klayman was the sales manager, US freight for the company where he led his team to record sales last year.

“With Jamie’s promotion, Scout is looking forward to continued growth throughout the North American Market and a renewed focus on interstate freight,” said Lorne Swartz, president of Scout Logistics Corporation. “He is well known and respected in the industry and his outstanding ability to manage both client and carrier needs seamlessly, only strengthens our position in this market. His promotion is well deserved and is a result of his hard work and outstanding contributions to Scout’s exceptional growth.”

Jamie has almost a decade of produce logistics experience managing ground shipments for some of North America’s biggest chains.

“I am excited to take on this opportunity and increase Scout’s presence in the US market”, said Klayman.

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