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US container shipping and freight service provider Crowley Logistics has promoted Jackie Gonsalez (pictured above) to vice president, apparel and retail supply chain business development.
She will report to vice president of sales and pricing Jorge Estevez and will remain based at the company’s headquarters in Jacksonville.
She previously held the position of director of retail business development and sales, and in her new role will “help new and existing apparel and retail customers increase the velocity of their supply chains, reduce their overall landed costs and gain a competitive market advantage”.
Mr Estevez said: “Jackie has a diverse background in business development and operations, with extensive knowledge across trucking, rail, warehousing and distribution and all commercial aspects of our logistics business.
“She brings high energy and passion to the role and has the demonstrated ability to reduce friction in customers’ supply chains.”
Ms Gonsalez joined Crowley in 2013 as an account executive. In 2014, she was promoted to logistics supervisor and then to logistics operations manager in 2016, before being promoted to director in 2017.
She has a master’s degree in business administration from Jacksonville University and two bachelor’s degrees – one in transportation and logistics and another in marketing – from the University of North Florida in Jacksonville.
Prior to joining Crowley, she served as a pricing specialist for AV Logistics.
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