Mark B. Solomon
Mark Solomon has spent 25 years in the transportation, logistics and supply chain management fields as a journalist and public relations professional. From 1989 to 1994, he worked in Washington as a reporter for the Journal of Commerce, covering the aviation and trucking industries, the Department of Transportation, Congress and the U.S. Supreme Court. Prior to that, he worked for Traffic World for seven years in a similar role. From 1994 to 2008, Mr. Solomon ran Media-Based Solutions, a public relations firm based in Atlanta. Mr. Solomon graduated in 1978 with a B.A. in journalism from The American University in Washington, D.C.
Schneider revamps intermodal service on U.S.-Mexico corridor
New connection with Canadian National to shave a day off transit times.
Schlanger to retire as CEVA's CEO; Ex-Kuehne + Nagel executive named successor
Schlanger pulled Dutch concern from the brink; Xavier Urbain to take over Jan. 2.
XPO expands last-mile delivery presence with purchase of Optima Service Solutions
All-cash deal adds to revenue from earlier deal for 3PD.
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DeHaan, home furnishings trade executive, named to run IWLA
Long-time CEO of National Home Furnishings Association succeeds Joel Anderson in 3PL trade group's top job.
Heartland buys Gordon Trucking for $300 million; deal to more than double carrier's revenue in West
Transaction to create fifth largest truckload carrier in North America.
USPS interested in talking to other merchants about Sunday service in wake of Amazon deal
Day of rest goes by the boards as Amazon, Postal Service roll out Sunday deliveries.
Crippled by double-digit interest rates, YRC needs financing relief to survive, memo says
Company paying $150 million annually just to service debt, Teamsters told.
Consumer packaged goods giants launch collaborative rail intermodal service in Europe
Goal of pilot program is to substantially cut CO2 emissions.
YRC chief to ask for fresh union sacrifice as company, Teamsters set to meet tomorrow
No capital left to reinvest after costs are met, debt is serviced, Welch says.