C.R. England has promoted Brandon Harrison and Zach England to the position of chief operating officers.
Harrison will oversee the trucking company’s national, regional, and Mexico divisions and safety, while Zach England will manage dedicated and intermodal operations and serve as chairman of the England Logistics board, a third-party logistics company and subsidiary of C.R. England.
Harrison, who joined the company in 2003, was most recently president of the national and regional divisions.
Zach England is a great-grandson of founder Chester R. England. He was recently president of the dedicated division and has worked in a variety of positions for the privately-owned family company throughout his college years and started full-time in 2004 with England Logistics.
The company continues to shuffle its senior management since the April 9 death of Chief Executive Officer Wayne A. Cederholm II, who helped grow the carrier from an $18 million firm to a $1.5 billion organization.