Two Logistics Industry Veterans Join Kane Is Able’s Business Development Team

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Kane Is Able, Inc, a Pennsylvania-based third-party logistics provider, today named both Dan Nairn and Sean Riley directors of customer solutions. They will work with customers on strategies to make their supply chains more effective and efficient.

Dan and Sean will be on the front lines, working closely with CPG manufacturers and other companies to help them achieve their logistics goals.”

Kane Is Able, Inc. (KANE - http://www.kaneisable.com) today named both Dan Nairn and Sean Riley directors of customer solutions for the Pennsylvania-based third-party logistics provider. Both will report to Mike Marlowe, vice president of customer solutions for KANE.         

Dan Nairn has more than two decades experience in product packaging services and sales. He will work with customers on strategies to customize product in the distribution center in order to reduce inventory, reduce packaging costs, and improve service to retailers. Prior to KANE, Nairn was senior manager of packaging services at Wagner Industries. He will be based out of KANE’s Kansas City, KS location.

Sean Riley is a logistics industry veteran, most recently with CHEP, a pallet and container pooling company where he held management positions in channel development, sales, and continuous improvement. He will work with companies in the Central Region of the U.S. to execute efficient distribution, transportation, and contract packaging strategies. Riley, who holds a Six Sigma Green Belt certification, will be based in Chicago.

According to KANE’s Marlowe, “Companies are looking for ways to manage their supply chains faster, better and cheaper. Dan and Sean will be on the front lines, working closely with CPG manufacturers and other companies to help them achieve their goals.”

ABOUT KANE
KANE is Able, Inc. is a third-party logistics provider that helps consumer packaged goods (CPG) companies warehouse and distribute goods throughout the U.S. Its CPG logistics services include transportation, distribution, contract packaging, cross-docking services, load consolidation, and inventory management. KANE manages 8.5 million square feet of warehouse space in multiple facilities covering all regions of the U.S.

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