New president at USA Trucks starts

Jan. 31, 2002
USA Truck Inc. has promoted Jerry D. Orler from vp-finance & CFO, positions he has held since January 1989, to president. Orler will replace Robert M. Powell, who will remain as the company's chairman & CEO. "The promotion of Orler is a very positive move that will bring energy to the company and will combine dedication to strong customer service and increased shareholder value," Powell said. Cliff
USA Truck Inc. has promoted Jerry D. Orler from vp-finance & CFO, positions he has held since January 1989, to president. Orler will replace Robert M. Powell, who will remain as the company's chairman & CEO.

"The promotion of Orler is a very positive move that will bring energy to the company and will combine dedication to strong customer service and increased shareholder value," Powell said.

Cliff Beckham, who is USA Truck's director of finance, will replace Orler as vp-finance & CFO.

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