WESTERVILLE, OHIO October 27, 2016: DHL Supply Chain, the Americas' leader in contract logistics and part of Deutsche Post DHL Group, today announced the appointment of Jim Monkmeyer to President of Transportation. Monkmeyer takes the helm to lead DHL Supply Chain's end-to-end transportation management solutions.
Monkmeyer has extensive experience in third-party logistics and supply chain management, as well as in various specialties including transportation operations and network design. Prior to joining DHL Supply Chain, Monkmeyer was Vice President of Supply Chain Management at England Logistics, Inc. Previous roles also include Chief Operating Officer at A3 Integration, LLC, a 3PL integration company specializing in hosting and configuring logistics software; at Vastera, now of Livingston International; and at Ryder Integrated Logistics.
Monkmeyer holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil and Environmental Engineering from the University of Wisconsin and a Master of Science in Transportation from The Transportation Center at Northwestern University. He will report to Scott Sureddin, Chief Executive Officer, DHL Supply Chain North America, and will be based in Westerville.
"We are pleased to welcome Monkmeyer to DHL Supply Chain and know with his leadership we'll continue to provide our customers with best-in-class transportation solutions," said Sureddin. "Monkmeyer's experience ensures that DHL Supply Chain's transportation solutions are continuously improving with leading-edge and tailor-made solutions that are designed to meet every customer's business needs, so time-sensitive shipments are delivered seamlessly."
DHL Supply Chain has access to over 3,000 transportation carriers, operates over 800 fleet units and manages over $1.5 billion in annual freight in the U.S. For more information about DHL Supply Chain's transportation solutions, please visit www.DHL-USA.com/supplychain.
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