Kenco names Denis Reilly as CEO
Former leader's Jane Kennedy Greene will continue as chairwoman of the board of Tennessee-based 3PL.
Third-party logistics provider (3PL) Kenco has named industry veteran Denis Reilly as its next president and CEO, launching an effort to expand its services and add new markets, the company said today.
Reilly succeeds Jane Kennedy Greene, who will continue to serve as chairwoman of the board of the Chattanooga, Tenn.-based firm. Kenco provides warehousing, transportation, and material handling equipment (MHE) solutions to more than 200 clients. It manages more than $100 million in transportation revenue, $300 million in MHE assets, and 28 million square feet of warehouse space in 90 locations across North America.
Reilly will use strategic planning to grow Kenco's existing service offerings and expand into new markets, and focus on talent management and succession planning, the company said in a release.
Reilly has 30 years of experience in the logistics industry, starting with Frito-Lay in 1983 and most recently serving as CEO of St. George Logistics. He previously held executive and senior leadership roles at USA Dry Van Logistics LLC, Geodis (formerly Ozburn-Hessey Logistics), MIQ Logistics (formerly YRC Logistics Inc.), and Menlo Logistics.
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