Penske Logistics appointed Jeff Jackson as its new president, succeeding Marc Althen upon his retirement.
Jackson, a Penske veteran with more than 28 years of experience in the transportation sector, is the executive vice president of operations and has served in other leadership positions at the company. He has served as executive vice president of operations for dedicated contract carriage, as well as roles with Penske Truck Leasing, according to a Penske release.
Jackson is a member of the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals.
Penske Logistics based in Reading, Pennsylvania, is part of Penske Transportation Solutions and provides supply chain and logistics solutions, including dedicated transportation, distribution center management and lead logistics, according to the company.
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