Salt Lake City, UT; Louisville, KY (PRWEB) May 18, 2012
Interide Launches Agent Development Initiative
Interide Logistics, an asset-based provider of transportation and logistics services, has promoted Drake Sliver to the position of Director of Agent Development. In his new role, Drake will be responsible for agent acquisition and retention, as well as developing and mentoring the existing Interide agent base. Drake has more than 25 years in the transportation and logistics business and will be based in the company’s office in Louisville, KY.
Sliver joined Interide Logistics on October 4th, 2010, where he landed multiple truckload and LTL accounts with national food, chemical and cabinet manufacturers. Prior to that, Sliver owned and operated Drake Transnational Carriers, a 48-state truckload carrier. He also served as a consultant and faculty member for a Dallas-based logistics school. More recently, Drake directed the growth of brokerage agent programs at Classic Carriers and BNSF Logistics, adding $15 million annualized revenues and managing in excess of 23 agent offices.
“We’re very excited to have such an experienced leader for our agent development initiative,” said Sean Snow, President of Interide Holdings. “Drake’s experience, skills and ability to mentor new agents will be critical as we continue to grow as a company. His rapport with agents and customers is exceptional, and his knowledge of the business is second to none.”
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About Interide Logistics:
Interide Logistics, a privately held company based in Salt Lake City, Utah, is an asset-based third-party logistics company utilizing an employee and agent network to provide logistics and transportation services to shippers throughout North America. Interide Logistics offers decades of experience in matching cargoes, carriers, and equipment with fair prices and superior service. Interide’s dedicated workforce and state-of-the-art information technology deliver value-added transportation solutions for customers, carriers, and agents. For more information, please visit http://www.interidelogistics.com.