Trimac shuffles its management ranks (May 29, 2001)

CALGARY, Alta. — Trimac Transportation, recently privatized and reorganized to focus exclusively on bulk trucking and third party logistics, has shuffled its senior managers.

Jeff McCaig has assumed the position of president and chief executive officer. McCaig, who has been with the Trimac organization for 17 years, has also been the president and CEO of Trimac Transportation’s parent company, Trimac Corporation since 1994. He replaces Andrew Zaleski who stepped down as president after being appointed to Trimac’s Board of Directors.

Trimac Transportation’s revenues have grown from $100 million to approximately $700 million over the 19 years of Zaleski’s leadership.

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