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Transplace Appoints Greg Sebolt as New Executive Vice President of Strategic Capacity Services

January 21, 2020

Industry leader Transplace sharpens focus on domestic and cross-border capacity solutions for optimized transportation networks and strategies

DALLAS (January 21, 2020) — Transplace, the premier provider of transportation technology and services, today announced the appointment of Greg Sebolt as the company’s new executive vice president of strategic capacity services, the company’s over the road truck brokerage business. This appointment underscores Transplace’s continuing investment in delivering efficiency, flexibility and cost savings for North American shippers. With comprehensive capacity expertise, Transplace leverages an unmatched North American network to solve large-scale, complex supply chain challenges for its customers.

“I’m pleased to welcome Greg to our leadership team to continue innovating how we deliver capacity solutions, giving our customers a distinct advantage,” said Frank McGuigan, chief executive officer of Transplace. “Greg brings extensive strategic and operational experience and he is a strong leader with a proven track record of establishing successful teams built on trust, common goals and communication. He will identify and execute on opportunities that continue enhancing the many ways we support our customers’ diverse capacity needs.”

With more than 20 years specializing in third-party logistics, Sebolt is passionate about rethinking global logistics and creating new opportunities for transportation networks to boost efficiencies and maximize service to the end customer. He has led teams in analyzing complicated supply chains to create more collaborative and cost-effective logistics strategies. Sebolt began his career in the supply chain group of Andersen Business Consulting and has held executive leadership roles at Coyote Logistics, General Freight Services and Zengistics. Sebolt holds a Bachelor of Science degree in marketing and logistics from The Ohio State University.

“I’m excited to join Transplace at a time of significant opportunity for the company,” said Sebolt. “Transplace, as an industry leader, has built a powerful platform for growth with a great culture and strong financial position. I look forward to continuing the advancement of our logistics offerings with Artificial Intelligence, machine learning, real-time visibility and more. With a growing $9 billion of North American freight under management, Transplace continues to evolve and expand intelligent logistics networks for its customers. My mandate is to continually improve the value we create for each and every customer.”

Connect with a Transplace expert to learn more about our logistics management services and dynamic solutions that provide consistent capacity and the optimal blend of transit time and ramp location. Find out how we customize strategies for leading brands in the automotive, chemical, consumer packaged goods, electronics and technology, energy, manufacturing, oil and gas and retail industries: transplace.com/transplace-contact.

About Transplace
Transplace partners with global shippers to run their logistics business more intelligently through its advanced logistics technology platform, proprietary transportation management software, data insights, expert engineering, and execution services. As a result, Transplace has become the premier provider of managed transportation services and technology. The Company also excels at strategic over-the-road capacity services, with intermodal and truck brokerage capability, and border management services, including cross-border customs and logistics services. With over 1,000 customers and $9 billion of Freight Under Management (FUM) in North America alone, and a growing client base in Europe, Transplace continues to deliver the intelligent solutions that grow and differentiate its customers’ businesses through more intelligent and efficient supply chains. To learn more, visit transplace.com or follow us on Twitter and LinkedIn.

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