RoadOne Appoints Norfolk Terminal Manager

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Monday, November 04, 2013

RoadOne IntermodaLogistics, a single source intermodal, distribution and logistics services company, announced the appointment of Rick Longerbeam as terminal manager for RoadOne IntermodaLogistics’ Norfolk, Virginia location. Rick will lead RoadOne’s expansion in this market to support the intermodal needs of customers in this important Southeast trade region. RoadOne’s recently established agent drayage and brokerage affiliate, U.S. IntermodaLogistics, also has a terminal operation in Norfolk and is slated for national expansion.

The RoadOne Norfolk terminal is located at 2309 County Street, Portsmouth, Virginia.

With the Panama Canal expansion due to be completed late 2014, RoadOne is committed to solidifying its position as a premier national, intermodal transportation provider with a strong presence on the U.S. East Coast.

Most recently, Longerbeam was terminal manager for Port City Transportation and prior to that G&P Trucking. As terminal manager he was responsible for all daily operations including: on-time delivery, customer service, driver recruitment, and sales and marketing. Prior to these positions, Rick was service center manager at Roadlink Transportation Solutions where he managed the international and domestic drayage operations.

RoadOne IntermodaLogistics, based in Boston, was launched January 2013 by industry veterans Ken Kellaway and David McLaughlin. The Kellaway - McLaughlin leadership team was established in 1993 when they joined forces to run Kellaway Intermodal & Distribution Systems. This strong management partnership continues today with the recent launch of RoadOne IntermodaLogistics.

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