CR England names new chief exec

Salt Lake City, UT, US:  CR England has reorganized leadership positions follweing the death of former chief executive, Wayne Cederholm on 9 April.

Chad England, former chief operating officer assumes Cederholm’s role as chief executive. Dean England, former CR England president, becomes co-chairman. Josh England will become the company’s president.

Dean has served, according to C.R. England’s announcement, in “every level of the company,” starting with ride alongs with his father Gene as a child, before moving to positions as a freight handler, truck washer, maintenance manager, terminal manager, operations manager, director of operations, chief operating officer and chief executive officer.

Chad has worked with the company since he was 14 and has worked in as a driver manager, director for operations management; vice president of opportunity leasing; vice president of recruiting, trainer and safe driving; president of England North America and Chief Operating Officer.

Josh was named CR. England’s Chief Financial Officer in January and previously served as the president of England Logistics, a subsidiary of CR England. He also was vice president of the independent contractor division, controller of North American division and manager of freight profitability for CR England.


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