C.R. England announces two leadership changes

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Updated Jan 20, 2012

C.R. England announced two leadership changes. Zach England has been named vice president of dedicated, and Coby Bullard has been named vice president of intermodal.

England has responsibility for more than 1,150 trucks and 1,500 employees, which creates more than 20 percent of the company’s revenue and serve some of C.R. England’s largest clients. England started full time in 2004 with England Logistics, a third-party logistics company and wholly owned subsidiary of C.R. England. In 2007, he moved into the role of vice president of intermodal.

Bullard now will oversee all components of C.R. England’s Intermodal offering. Prior to joining C.R. England, Bullard worked for BNSF Railway.

“Today’s leadership announcements are significant as they indicate a continued commitment to strengthening the leadership of the company with a broad base of capable and talented individuals,” says Chad England, chief operating officer. “Zach represents the strength of the fourth generation of family ownership that is now stepping into major roles in the company. Coby brings to C.R. England a talented new perspective that will help us grow our intermodal presence.”