C.R. England taps Kramer for executive sales post

Sept. 10, 2010
Salt Lake City-based C.R. England has named David A. Kramer executive vp-- Corporate Sales. Kramer will be responsible for the revenue growth of C.R. England, with a primary emphasis on sales and marketing for C.R. England services

Salt Lake City-based C.R. England has named David A. Kramer executive vp-- Corporate Sales. Kramer will be responsible for the revenue growth of C.R. England, with a primary emphasis on sales and marketing for C.R. England services.

The company said Kramer brings over 25 years of experience in the transportation industry and holds a BS from Edinboro University of Pennsylvania.

Before joining C.R. England, Kramer was president of Milan Express LTL Services. He has also held key officer roles at USF Corporation, YRC Regional Transportation and Consolidated Freightways. In addition, he served for five years as a senior partner in Teradata’s Transportation and Logistics Industry Consulting Practice.

C.R. England services include national, regional and Mexico truckload operations as well as dedicated and intermodal. Other services include leasing, brokering, LTL/parcel, supply chain engineering, special project engineering, warehousing, and global sourcing.

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