C.R. England Names Two New Chief Operating Officers

May 8, 2013

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The trucking company C.R. England announced the promotion of two members of its executive committee to the position of chief operating officers. Brandon Harrison and Zach England have been named to the positions with Harrison to oversee national, regional, and Mexico divisions and safety.

England will oversee dedicated and intermodal operations and serve as chairman of the board of England Logistics, a third-party logistics provider owned by C.R. England.

Harrison was most recently president, national and regional divisions. He has been with the company since 2003, serving in a number of roles including operations manager, senior operations manager of the dedicated division, director of national fleet operations and vice-president, OTR.

Zach England is a great-grandson of founder Chester R. England. England was promoted from the position of president, dedicated division. He has worked in a variety of positions throughout his college years and started full-time in 2004 with England Logistics. In 2007, England moved into the role of vice-president, intermodal. In 2011, he was named vice president, dedicated, and in 2012 moved into the role of president of that division. 

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