Drajpuch named ceo of Weber Logistics
June 27, 2011
A former chief operation officer of Kane is Able has taken the top spot at Weber Logistics.
Harry Drajpuch has been named as the new president and ceo of the Santa Fe Springs, Calif.- based company. He joins Weber with more than 30 years of experience in the third party logistics industry.
“I am confident that Harry will exceed everyone’s expectations,” says Nick Weber, chairman of the company. “Harry’s ability to take a vision and implement it, at every level of the organization, has made him a success. He will definitely compliment Weber’s reputations for being an industry leader.”
As president and ceo, he’ll will oversee the executive management team to ensure efficiency, quality, service levels, and cost-effective management of resources. His office will be company’s headquarters and he will report directly to Weber’s Board of Advisors.
Drajpuch most recently was with Kane is Able as their coo, where he was responsible for all aspects of the of the company, including and he oversaw 1,300 employees, 17 distribution centers encompassing 8 million sq. ft. and a fleet of more than 700 trailers.
Prior to that role, he was with USCO Logistics Services, a division of Kuehne and Nagel, over a 15-year period.
Weber Logisitics is a leading third party logistics and supply chain management provider that has been in business for more than 86 years.
For more information, visit www.weberlogistics.com.