Daily Archives: July 27, 2017

3rd Annual Truck Pull To Raise Funds For United Way

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July 27, 2017 – Moncton, N.B. – Think you have what it takes to pull a 60,000 lb. tractor trailer? Find out by joining the United Way of Greater Moncton and Southeastern New Brunswick as it hosts the 3rd annual Pulling for United Way corporate and high school challenge on September 16 from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. in downtown Moncton.

Businesses, community organizations, and local area high schools are invited join in this fun downtown event by registering teams and compete by pulling a 60,000 lb. tractor trailer a distance of 125 feet, in the fastest time.

“United Way is proud to partner with Midland Transport on this exciting event. It was a tough competition last year for the coveted Midland Green Cup and we are expecting another year of fierce competition. We are incredibly grateful to everyone for supporting this event,” says Kirk Muise, 2017 Campaign Chair.

Read more at midlandtransport.com

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Mainfreight Thailand Profile

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Mainfreight is a global logistics & forwarding company offering one stop supply chain solution with a particular focus on cost efficient, sustainable and environmentally friendly solutions.

Our Thailand branch, fully operational from 16 October, 2013 and located in Bangkok. We are a young company in Thailand’s logistics industry but our team has broad work experience & team spirit. Our team has decades of combined work experience from many leading logistics companies in Thailand.

Country Manager, Mr. Withanya or “Mo” has been leading the team since the beginning and has extensive experience in international freight, supply chain & distribution solutions.

Read more at www.mainfreight.com

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Pilot Freight Services Announces Evolution of Senior Leadership

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LIMA, Pa.—June 19, 2017— Pilot Freight Services (Pilot), a worldwide provider of transportation and logistics services, today announced the promotion of Gordon Branov, a 20-year Pilot veteran, to chief executive officer, and John Hill to president after 23 years with the company. Richard Phillips, who has served as chief executive officer for 10 years, will move into the role of chairman of the board, and Lou Cortese, former president, will retire after more than 30 years of service.

These changes, effective July 1, bring forth a lineup of Pilot leaders who have helped the company achieve decades of continuous growth and have the experience, drive, and leadership skills to maintain Pilot’s success.

Read more at www.pilotdelivers.com

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