Echo Global Logistics announces two senior hires

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Echo Global Logistics announced the hiring of Michael Mobley as senior vice president of operations and Marty Sinicrope as vice president of station sales. “These strategic hires demonstrate Echo’s commitment to identifying and capitalizing on opportunities to grow its business and continue to provide new and existing clients with the highest level of service,” says Douglas Waggoner, chief executive officer of the Chicago-based company.

Mobley has been hired to oversee operational functions, including account servicing and operations management, new customer implementation, sourcing and procurement and presales solutions engineering. He has more than 20 years of operations, supply chain management and large-scale software implementation experience, having recently served as vice president of supply chain for Omron Healthcare Inc.

Sinicrope has been hired to oversee the division of independent contractors known as stations that sell, market and operate Echo Global Logistics services. He has more than 20 years of operations, pricing, procurement, sales and business development experience in the transportation industry, serving most recently as senior vice president of QW Express.