RoadOne IntermodaLogistics Strengthens Leadership Team

Marinelink.com
Monday, September 09, 2013

RoadOne IntermodaLogistics, a single source intermodal, distribution and logistics services company, announced the appointment of a new executive team which they say positions RoadOne for strong, continuous growth.


The new team includes:

  • Larry Cuddy, Vice President Commercial Strategy & Client Solutions:  Larry is an accomplished logistics and supply chain professional with a strong 20 year history in business development, solutions design, transportation management, and IT solutions.  Prior to RoadOne, Larry was Sr. Director, Client Solutions Supply Chain at Estes Express Lines, Inc.  His experience also includes senior sales positions at 3PD, Exel and Velocity Express.
  • Vincent Costagno, Vice President of Sales:  In this marketing role, Vince will be responsible for client development in the Midwest region and select national accounts.  He comes to RoadOne with a wide range of transportation and logistics experience having held key positions at CSX Intermodal, C&K Trucking, and Roadlink USA.
  • Mark Pontarelli, Vice President of Agent Development:  Will drive the expansion of agent partner solutions at RoadOne’s new agent-based affiliate, QLS Logistic Services and its agent drayage business, US IntermodaLogistics.  Most recently, Mark was owner of US Intermodal, Inc. where he established agent-based terminals in New Jersey, Norfolk, and Chicago.  Prior experience includes managing the Midwest intermodal operations for MOL and OOCL.
  • Paul Sullivan, Vice President of Finance:  Paul will lead the finance, accounting and human resource activities at RoadOne.  He brings a strong, diverse financial background to the company, as well as 10 years of warehousing and distribution financial management at Americold Logistics.


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.

 

  • Mark Pontarelli

    Mark Pontarelli

  • Paul Sullivan

    Paul Sullivan

  • Vincent Costagno

    Vincent Costagno

  • Larry Cuddy

    Larry Cuddy

  • Mark Pontarelli
  • Paul Sullivan
  • Vincent Costagno
  • Larry Cuddy

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