Ward to Head McLean Group's Transportation & Logistics Practice

Monday, February 27, 2012
The McLean Group, LLC appointed Harry Ward as Director leading the firm’s Transportation & Logistics practice. Ward has more than 20 years’ global strategy, business development and M&A experience supporting privately-held companies.  He has worked across the transportation & logistics value chain, particularly in distribution, fulfillment and the maritime industry. Ward has expertise working with numerous business owners in both the sale and acquisition of mid-sized businesses.  In his career, he has run a middle market distribution company and built global sales teams in the maritime equipment segment. Ward is a graduate of the US Naval Academy and earned an MBA at San Diego State University.  
“Transportation & Logistics is a dynamic and global subset of industries.  M&A activity in the segment has been increasing in recent years and we’re fortunate at The McLean Group to have superior in-house knowledge and the necessary infrastructure to serve our clients well,” said Ward.
Dennis Roberts, The McLean Group Chairman, stated, “Harry Ward’s appointment to the firm’s Transportation & Logistics practice is a strategic move toward further building the sector’s McLean Group practice.  His industry knowledge, credentials and experience complement the firm’s existing Transportation & Logistics client relationships.”
Ward can be reached at hward@mcleanllc.com
 

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