Total Quality Logistics—IES, Ltd.—BDP International—Lynden International

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Total Quality Logistics, Inc. (TQL), a third-party logistics provider located in Cincinnati, Ohio, continues to expand with the addition of 12 new professionals. The 12 new employees joined TQL in six different areas of the company, including Sales, Employee Training, Carrier Development, and Customer Service.
The new employees are as follows: Todd Sarge, Travis Moran, Matthew Deavy, and Ryan Smith as Logistics Account Executive Trainees. Cassie Scovanner, Alysson Jones, Sally Maynard, Chris McMahon and Nate Raberding as Logistics Coordinators. Mike McDonald, as Logistics Support Specialist. Vonna Gray, as a Training Coordinator and Lindy Brueggen-Saner as a Training Specialist. Total Quality Logistics would also like to recognize Teddy Paskal who transferred from Logistics Support to the Logistics Development Department, and Lee McRoberts who has transferred to the role of Logistics Coordinator.IES, Ltd. announced the opening of a larger office in Atlanta, Georgia. The expanded Atlanta operations joins the US headquarters in New Jersey, satellite offices in Florida, Texas, Virginia and California, and the Asia headquarters in Hong Kong. The office will be headed by Jeff Stephen, the company’s Technical Support Manager. IES product and service support will continue to be provided from all locations across the US and Hong Kong.
‘Atlanta, often called the ‘capital of the South,’ is experiencing rapid population growth and commercial development and is the major transportation hub of the southeast US. Atlanta’s economic adaptability combined with major corporate headquarters, two deep water ports, an outstanding highway system and a world-class airport make Atlanta an ideal business location. The move to a larger office will expand IES’s presence in the southeast and strengthen our existing local customer relationships. IES’s customers not only value IES for our advanced technological solutions, but for their relationship with us. Strategic locations throughout the US facilitate onsite visits to our customers’ sites,’ said Andrew Bullen, President of IES, Ltd.The new location will offer product support and training on IES’s complete line of integrated logistics and supply chain management solutions and compliance services.
Tom Burgess has joined BDP International (BDP), as Sales Director for the Americas, including the US, Canada, Mexico, Brazil and Chile.
Based in the company’s Philadelphia headquarters and reporting to John M. Bolte, managing director—BDP Americas, he will be responsible for sales and sales training, business development, marketing, strategic planning, global logistics solutions and customer relations.
‘Tom brings to BDP extensive experience in the logistics industry,’ said BDP’s Bolte in announcing the appointment. ‘He is an excellent addition to our team, and we are confident he will increase our penetration of this vast and vitally important market.’
Burgess comes to BDP with over 22 years of experience in transportation and logistics, having held numerous management positions with Emery/Menlo Worldwide, and most recently UPS Supply Chain Solutions, where he served as director of global program management.
Lynden International promoted Luis Varela to vice president Lynden Mexico and hired Roger Obregon as district manager in Houston, Texas.
Varela’s ascent through the Lynden ranks began more than 12 years ago as a customer service agent. During his tenure, Varela attained progressive responsibilities through several promotions and consistent high achievement. Over the past 10 years, he’s overseen domestic distribution and contract logistics operations at Lynden’s Mexico facility. In his new position, Varela’s role is to develop and market Lynden’s supply chain product, including import, export, warehousing and distribution services, throughout Mexico.
Obregon joins the Lynden team with 18 years combined management and industry experience, incl

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