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Executive Promotions Announced by PRISM Logistics

Executive Promotions Announced by PRISM Logistics

Leading Northern California 3PL Names ‘Next Gen’ Leadership Team

 

Danville, CA – September 9, 2014 – Prism Logistics, Inc. of San Francisco’s East Bay announced that effective September 1, 2014, Mike Mayo is promoted to Vice President and General Manager of the company, based in Stockton, CA; Jeremy Van Puffelen is promoted to Vice President, Business Development, based in Hayward, CA and Zech Van Puffelen is promoted to Vice President Transportation and Information Technology, based in Livermore, CA.

Since its founding more than 20 years ago, PRISM has significantly expanded, with continued investment in facilities, systems and people along the way, to ensure controlled, sustainable growth. Prism Logistics’ co-founder and president, Jere Van Puffelen, expressed sincere pleasure at being able to name such a top caliber executive leadership team to guide the company’s ‘next generation’ of growth and service excellence.

“Integrity and character form the backbone of our company and our customer relationships,” said Jere Van Puffelen, President of PRISM Logistics. “This ‘Next Generation’ leadership team absolutely brings those qualities, as well as a commitment to delivering continuous improvement in service excellence. Our customers can look forward to ever better service in relationships that will continue to deepen and grow.”

 

About PRISM Logistics

Founded in 1993, PRISM Logistics serves Northern California and the US West from a network of facilities in Hayward, Sacramento, Stockton and Livermore, California. PRISM is a leader in its field by virtue of technology and systems investment, providing ‘leading edge’ efficiency and effectiveness for the highly demanding, high-value customers served. PRISM boasts state-of-the-art warehouse management systems (WMS), and a highly automated radio frequency enabled processing system that creates a paperless warehouse network with capacity in excess of 750,000 sq. ft. For more, go towww.prismlogistics.com.

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