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Legacy Supply Chain Expands Enterprise Development Group

Jay Lambert Named Vice President Business Development

FRANKLIN, IN, UNITED STATES, April 16, 2024 /EINPresswire.com/ — Legacy Supply Chain, an omni-channel North American third-party logistics (3PL) provider, is pleased to welcome Jay Lambert as Vice President of Business Development. Jay’s hiring is the latest step in Legacy’s ongoing efforts to invest in strategic growth through the Enterprise Sales group and expand its footprint throughout North America.

In his capacity as Vice President of Business Development, Jay will build and nurture new customer relationships and service integration opportunities across Legacy’s dedicated Distribution, eCommerce Fulfillment, and Asset and non-asset Transportation divisions.

“Building solutions for complex, large-scale businesses is core to our company DNA,” said Mike Glodziak, Legacy President & CEO. “The addition of Jay to our Enterprise Sales team will create more opportunities to drive value for new customers across all our service offerings.”

With an extensive background in new business development efforts for two of North America’s largest providers of third-party logistics services, Jay brings a wealth of experience and strategic vision to his new role.

Aaron Zofkie, Vice President of Enterprise Sales, commented on the addition, stating, “We’re thrilled to welcome Jay Lambert to our team. His expertise and deep understanding of businesses with complex supply chains will play a pivotal role in driving our business development success, expanding our reach in key service verticals, and creating end-to-end supply chain value for North American large-scale and mid-market Enterprise sales customers.”

Read the full press release here.

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