CRST appoints vp & gm of refrigerated service

Oct. 31, 2013

Jack Ziebarth has been named vice president & general manager of CRST International’s Temperature Controlled Team Service (TCTS). TCTS is a division of CRST Expedited.

Ziebarth most recently served as vice president & general manager of the Team Division for Transport America. Before that, he was the regional vice president of operations for Gordon Trucking, and vice president of operations with Willis Shaw/Midwest Coast Transport.

“We’re glad to have Jack on board to manage and help grow our temperature controlled business,” said Dave Rusch, president & CEO of CRST International, Inc. “He has great experience in the specific area of team driving, and is very well versed in all aspects of the transportation industry.”

TCTS, formed in 2011, is a temperature controlled service supported by team drivers. The company provides coast-to-coast transportation of perishable products in less than 60 hours at a price that is said is competitive with single drivers.

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