Ultra Logistics Announces New Business Development Manager

Fair Lawn, NJ, October 13, 2010 - Ultra Logistics, a recognized third party logistics provider is proud to announce the recent appointment of David Dziura as a Business Development Manager. David brings to Ultra Logistics significant experience in logistics and supply chain management. As a logistics professional, he has more than 25 years experience providing management to major corporations such as Nestle Foods and Cadbury Schweppes/Mott’s Inc. During his past tenure, David has had considerable experience in third party transportation with both Ryder and Penske Logistics working on-site at the corporate headquarters of Pepsi Bottling Group and Mott’s Inc. He has a strong understanding of developing businesses like Ultra Logistics.

Commenting on his appointment, Nicholas Carretta, President of Ultra Logistics said:
“I am delighted that David has joined our management team. With such a distinguished background, David’s strategic direction will be invaluable as we continue to grow our business”. David also commented: “I very much look forward to working with the team at Ultra Logistics. Ultra Logistics has one of the best and most unique service offerings available for shippers today, and they clearly demonstrate that with a solid track record of success. Under the leadership of its strong management team, Ultra Logistics is well positioned to continue to expand as a leading player in the supply chain market”.

Ultra Logistics prides itself on its growth as a solutions provider, covering multiple modes of the supply chain process through a combined synergy approach. The company offers superior value through customized solutions, handling all your transportation needs including Truckload Transportation, Hosted Transportation Management Systems (TMS), Supply Chain Management, Network Optimization and Consulting. These unique and customized solutions have far surpassed the competition due to their competitive pricing, configurability and ease of use.

If you would like more information about this topic, please contact John Rerecich
at 201-458-1079 or e-mail John at jrerecich@ultralogistics.com.

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