Shapiro Appoints William Borden to Mid-Atlantic Team

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Friday, November 01, 2013
William J. Borden: Photo credit Shapiro

Long established logistics company, Shapiro, welcomes William J. Borden, a 15-year industry veteran, to its headquarters in Baltimore, MD. In his new role, Borden will support a rising customer base and growth plans in the Mid-Atlantic as a Regional Director of Commercial Development.

No stranger to the logistics industry, Borden will spend his first few months lending his expertise to the company’s Pricing department while acclimating to Shapiro’s systems and culture.

Prior to Shapiro, Borden worked in a range of positions from Business Development Manager with DHL Danzas Air and Ocean, to Global Business Development Director with Tradecom International, Inc., to International Specialist for Specialty Freight Services. Borden also taught International Business as an Adjunct Professor at John Carroll University and Cuyahoga Community College in Cleveland, OH.

“We are proud to have snatched up such a knowledgeable industry expert,” notes Robert Burdette, Vice President of Strategic Development for Shapiro. “Borden’s exceptional skillset and diverse experience within logistics makes him a rare catch. We are confident he will fit in well with Shapiro’s unique and quirky cast.”

Shapiro is a third generation family-owned business founded in 1915 to provide creative and flexible logistics services The company now has six offices, over 100 employees, and worldwide strategic alliances.
 

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