Choptank to open Baltimore MD sales office

March 15, 2018
Learn about career opportunities available as Choptank Transport prepares to open its new sales office in Baltimore MD.

Choptank Transport, a Maryland-based third-party logistics company, is getting ready to open its newest sales office in Baltimore MD. Located near the Federal Hill neighborhood, the office will be convenient for employees seeking a career downtown or within walking distance of light rail.

“We are excited to begin hiring for this new location,” said Geoff Turner, Choptank’s president and CEO. “We hope to fill about 30 positions in sales and operations by the end of the year. Our growing customer base has created the need to offer additional services and add a larger workforce. We are fortunate to be a business that offers career seekers ample opportunities for advancement and financial success.”

Dave Regulski is Choptank’s vice-president of business development and is in charge of the Preston MD-based company’s four regional offices: Tampa FL, Dallas TX, Denver CO and Atlanta GA. He oversees the opening and staffing of new locations like Baltimore. 

“We are pleased to leverage the enormous talent from our Tampa office by bringing its regional manager, Jacob Griffith, back home to Maryland,” said Regulski. “Jake has done an outstanding job in Florida and we are confident that he will be equally successful in Baltimore. We also are happy to announce the acquisition of our new Tampa regional manager, Brandy McMullen, who brings with her years of experience in the 3PL industry.”

The new 4,000-square-foot office space will be opening around June 1, 2018. Choptank is interviewing now for all positions. Interested applicants can review the career opportunities and apply online at www.choosechoptank.com.

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