England Logistics appoints new president

Salt Lake City, Utah, US: England Logistics has promoted Jason Beardall to president from executive vice president.
Beardall succeeds Josh England, who is appointed chief financial officer of England Logistics’ parent company, CR England.

Previously, Beardall was responsible for operations and sales at all eight of the company’s divisions.
In his previous role, Jason Beardall was responsible for operations and sales of the eight divisions of England Logistics including Full Truckload Brokerage, England Logistics’ Authorized Agent program, England Carrier Services, Dry LTL and Parcel Services, Supply Chain Management, International Ocean and Air Freight Forwarding, IMC and Refrigerated LTL Services.

“Jason Beardall is the natural choice to fill the role of President at England Logistics,” said Josh England, former President.  “His leadership over the past 8 years has been exemplary.  We have great confidence in his proven ability to lead and execute, coupled with his vision for the continued direction of England Logistics.”

Jason Beardall is a board member of the Transportation Intermediaries Association (TIA) and a member of the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals.

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