Broomfield, CO (PRWEB) November 01, 2013
Network Global Logistics (NGL), a premier provider of supply chain, logistics, and express transportation services, has announced that Robert F. Lilja has been named the Executive Vice President of Operations for Supply Chain Services.
Bob comes to NGL with more than 25 years of experience in third party logistics, supply chain and warehouse distribution. Before coming to NGL, Bob held a senior leadership position with The Dependable Companies. Prior to which, he spent nearly 10 years as Senior Vice President of Operations at Weber Distribution. In addition, Bob has held a position as an Equity Partner at Weber. Prior to Weber, he has been involved at the senior level with several start-up transportation and warehouse distribution companies.
"We are pleased to have Bob join our team here at NGL. His experience in the industry will be a vital asset to our company while we continue to build on our position as a market leader for mission critical transportation and supply chain logistics," commented Scott Riddle, CEO and President of Network Global Logistics.
As the Executive Vice President of Operations, Bob will oversee all aspects of NGL’s Supply Chain Services operations including warehouse operations, mission critical warehousing, spares and services parts operation as well as freight management and trucking operations. He will also have oversight to all KPI metrics in the operating group in order to ensure that NGL continues to exceed expectations.
About Network Global Logistics
Network Global Logistics was established in 1971 and pioneered the next flight out business. NGL is a specialized third party logistics provider of end to end global supply chain solutions. Their core areas focus on mission critical transportation services, including next flight out and sameday service, service parts logistics, warehousing and distribution and freight management. Network Global Logistics remains the market leader in sameday delivery operation with services 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. To learn more about Network Global Logistics, please visit http://www.nglog.com.