Scout Logistics Promotes Jamie Klayman to Vice President

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Tue. April 28th, 2015 - by Jessica Donnel

ONTARIO, CANADA - Jamie Klayman, logistics industry veteran of more than eight years, has been promoted to Vice President of Scout Logistics Corporation, North America.

Having served the company as Logistics Coordinator for more than four years, Klayman is credited with having been an integral player in the company’s recent accreditation as one of Canada’s 50 Best managed Companies. He will now be responsible for continuing to build sales in the North American market. He will be tasked with a specific focus on the transitioning of interstate loads from the Western states and Texas to major international produce hubs throughout North America.

Jamie Klayman, Vice President of Scout Logistics, North America (Left) with Lorne Swartz, President of Scout Logistics Corporation (Right)

"With Jamie's promotion, Scout is looking forward to continued growth throughout the North American market and a renewed focus on interstate freight," Lorne Swartz, President of Scout Logistics Corporation, said in a press release. "He is well known and respected in the industry, and his outstanding ability to manage both client and carrier needs seamlessly only strengthens our position in this market. His promotion is well deserved, and is a result of his hard work and outstanding contributions to Scout's exceptional growth."

According to the release, Klayman has also served as Sales Manager - U.S. Freight, where he successfully led his team to record sales for 2014, and the company anticipates he will continue to be successful in this new position. Klayman himself commented that he is excited for the opportunity to increase Scout Logistics presence in the U.S. market.