CR England board changes boost intermodal refrigerated transport

Salt Lake City, UT, US:  CR England has made two board level staff changes: Zach England has been named vice president of Dedicated and Coby Bullard has been named vice president of Intermodal.

Zach England, in his new role, is responsibility for 1150 trucks and 1500 employees which creates over 20% of the company’s revenue and services some of CR England’s largest clients.  He started full-time in 2004 with England Logistics, a third-party logistics company and wholly owned subsidiary of CR England.

Bullard will oversee CR England’s Intermodal and further develop its position as refrigerated market leader.  Prior to joining CR England, Bullard worked for BNSF Railway where he led the sales and marketing functions for BNSF’s Temperature Controlled Intermodal and Expedited Truckload business units.

“Today’s leadership announcements are significant as they indicate a continued commitment to strengthening the leadership of the company with a broad base of capable and talented individuals,” said Chad England, chief operating office.

“Zach represents the strength of the fourth generation of family ownership that is now stepping into major roles in the company.  Coby brings to CR England a talented, new perspective that will help us grow our intermodal presence.”


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