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OHL Promotes Randy Tucker to President of OHL Contract Logistics
Submitted by djohnson on Mon, 2013-01-14 10:34
Randy Curran, CEO of OHL, announced that Randy Tucker, currently EVP of Human Resources and Project Management Officer, will take over as President of OHL Contract Logistics effectively immediately.
Long time President of OHL Contract Logistics, Bob Spieth, will be leaving OHL to take an executive position with an eRetailer. “Bob Spieth contributed significantly to the success, growth and excellence of our Contract Logistics business,” commented Randy Curran. “We wish Bob great success in his new role.”
Randy Tucker joined OHL in 2011. During his tenure he has already driven process improvements across the organization through the Project Management team and in the recruiting and retention of our people. Prior to joining OHL, Tucker served in executive positions with Liberty’s Legacy and ITC^Deltacom. Randy has extensive experience in fast-moving, volatile, and high-technology environments. He has a successful track record for major organizational transitions and productivity improvements. Randy has spent the bulk of his career managing large and complex organizations and held executive positions in Operations, HR, Engineering, Inside Sales, Product Development and Marketing.
“I am extremely excited to be asked to lead the Contract Logistics team at OHL,” said Randy Tucker. “I am impressed by the tenure and experience of our people throughout the organization. My team and I, with assistance from Bob Spieth, have put together a transition plan focused on maintaining our high service levels.”
Mike Honious was promoted to Executive VP of Contract Logistics taking on the additional responsibility for managing the operations and campuses located in the Southern US. John Grubor was promoted to Senior VP with responsibility for Solutions, Implementations and Engineering.