May 16, 2013, 10:13 AM

Kenco Appoints a Senior Vice President of Operations

Todd Johnson will focus on account management, business development and strategic planning in his new role.

CHATTANOOGA, Tenn.—May 1, 2013 —Kenco, a leading provider of integrated logistics solutions, real estate services, and material handling equipment, has announced the executive appointment of Todd A. Johnson to the position of senior vice president of operations with Kenco Logistic Services.

In addition to his operations responsibilities, Johnson will focus on account management, business development and strategic planning in his new role.

“Todd brings with him a broad spectrum of operational and commercial competencies which will work well across our organization—both internally and externally,” said David Caines, president of Kenco Logistics Services. “He is highly analytical, cost focused, and knowledgeable across the full spectrum of logistic services.”

Johnson has 29 years of experience in the supply chain industry, including stints at UPS, Exel, and Trammell Crow. Most recently, he was with Menlo Worldwide Logistics for 15 years. Johnson has a business degree from Indiana University Bloomington.

About Kenco

Kenco provides integrated logistics solutions that include distribution and fulfillment, comprehensive transportation management, material handling services, real estate management, and information technology—all engineered for Operational Excellence. Woman-owned and financially strong, Kenco has built lasting customer relationships for more than 60 years. Kenco’s focus is on common sense solutions that drive uncommon value. Learn more at www.kencogroup.com  Also, connect with Kenco on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and the Kenco Blog.

 

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