Gorman named president, CEO of Jevic

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SCS Transportation has announced the promotion of David Gorman to president and CEO of Jevic Transportation, a wholly owned subsidiary based in Delanco, N.J.

Gorman, who joined Jevic in 1992, has been a member of the Jevic leadership team for five years, most recently as senior vice president of operations. Prior to that position, he served as vice president of field sales. Gorman replaces Paul Karvois, who is leaving the company.

“Dave Gorman is an outstanding leader, with more than 20 years in the trucking industry and a strong background in both operations and sales,” said Bert Trucksess, chairman, president and CEO of SCST. “We are pleased Dave will lead the efforts to drive improved growth and profitability at Jevic.”

Prior to joining Jevic in 1992, Gorman held management positions in both sales and operations with Roadway Express. He earned a bachelor’s degree in economics from the University of Delaware in 1984.

Also, Kansas City, Mo.-based SCST announced the promotion of Mark Robinson to vice president of information technology and chief information officer. Robinson will be charged with leveraging technology applications and best practices to support Jevic and Saia, a Duluth, Ga.-based subsidiary.

Previously, Robinson was vice president of information technology at Saia since 1997. He has 20 years of information technology experience at increasing levels of responsibility, all within the transportation industry. Robinson graduated from Central Missouri State University in 1984 with a bachelor of science in mathematics and computer science.

SCST focuses on regional and interregional LTL and selected truckload and time-definite services. Operating subsidiaries are Saia, a multiregion LTL carrier; and Jevic, a hybrid LTL and truckload carrier. SCST has about 9,000 employees nationwide.