TransForce names chief operating officer

TransForce announced the addition of Jeff Meyer to the senior management team as chief operating officer based in Alexandria, VA. In this role, Meyer will oversee all aspects of national service delivery operations, sales, marketing and compliance, the company said.

"We are very excited to have Jeff join our team. Jeff is a high energy leader that we expect will provide the leadership and direction to support our continued growth as the leader in our industry," said David Broome, president and CEO of TransForce. "We feel strongly that Jeff's experience in transportation, logistics and company operations is an ideal fit for TransForce. Over the past five years, TransForce has experienced dramatic growth making today an ideal time to add someone of Jeff's caliber to take our company to the next level. As president of TransForce, I look forward to our continued growth and supporting Jeff in his new role."

"I am thrilled to be joining the TransForce Team and I am looking forward to spending time in the field with our field service associates and our customers," said Meyer. "TransForce is the premier provider of workforce solutions, with strong safety core values, engaged employees and a rich culture for growth and operational excellence. I am very excited to be here."

Prior to joining TransForce, Meyer served for over four years as the vice president and general manager of distribution for Johnson Controls where he was responsible for business development, sales, marketing, logistics and distribution for North America, the company said Mr. Meyer's prior experience includes 10 years serving in senior leadership roles for Field Services, a division of Sears Holdings and prior management roles at Ryder and ABF Freight Systems, TransForce added.

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