Kimberly Kavaliauskas from Kane Is Able, Inc., Receives Woman of the Year Award from NAPW

Kane Is Able, Inc. is pleased to announce that Kimberly Kavaliauskas, Maintenance Manager, has received the Woman of the Year Award from the National Association of Professional Women (NAPW).

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Kim Kavaliauskas (center) is shown with Mike Albert, KANE Sr. VP of Transportation (left), and Pete Westermann, President and CEO.

Kim Kavaliauskas (center) is congratulated by Mike Albert, KANE Sr. VP of Transportation (left), and Pete Westermann, President and CEO.

'Kavaliauskas was chosen for the Woman of the Year Award based on her prominence and demonstrated leadership capacity in her industry, as well as her commitment to professional growth.' — Jennifer Rivera, NAPW Director of Membership Services

Scranton, PA (PRWEB) October 31, 2013

Third-party logistics provider Kane Is Able, Inc. (KANE -- http://www.kaneisable.com) is pleased to announce that Kimberly Kavaliauskas has received the Woman of the Year Award from the National Association of Professional Women (NAPW). NAPW is membership forum for professional women to network to exchange ideas, promote their businesses, and advance their careers.

Kavaliauskas is the only member from the Scranton, Pennsylvania, Chapter of NAPW to receive the award, which was granted to fewer than two percent of the 580,000 NAPW members in the United States.

Kavaliauskas is the Maintenance Manager at KANE. She is responsible for the maintenance of more than 900 pieces of equipment at the Scranton campus and at the Tunkhannock and Pittston facilities, and she manages more than two million square feet of building space for the Scranton campus and the Tunkhannock facility.

Jennifer Rivera, Director of Membership Services at NAPW, said that Kavaliauskas was chosen for the Woman of the Year Award “based on her prominence and demonstrated leadership capacity in her industry, as well as her commitment to professional growth.”

In May, Kavaliauskas celebrated her tenth year of service with KANE. Before being promoted to her current position, she has served at KANE as a freight customer service representative, a dispatcher, and as the Mehoopany freight transportation manager.

A lifelong resident of Mehoopany, Pennsylvania, Kavaliauskas received her associate's degree in paralegal studies from Boca Raton, Florida. She is active with the Technology Maintenance Council of the American Trucking Association and with the Building Maintenance Council.

About KANE
Kane Is Able is a third-party logistics provider that helps consumer packaged goods (CPG) companies efficiently distribute goods throughout the United States. KANE’s value-added CPG logistics services include integrated distribution, packaging, and transportation solutions specially designed to meet the needs of CPG manufacturers and their retail partners. Visit KANE at http://www.kaneisable.com.