Third-party logistics provider Weber Logistics (www.weberlogistics.com) recently named two logistics industry veterans to lead the company’s warehousing and transportation divisions. Todd Naramore is responsible for operations at Weber’s 11 California distribution centers. Jerry Critchfield oversees national transportation operations that include a regional refrigerated LTL trucking fleet, ocean and rail drayage, and a national freight management network.
In his role as Vice President, Warehouse Operations, Todd Naramore oversees all aspects of distribution center operations including operational and financial performance, customer satisfaction, employee safety and employee development.
Naramore joins Weber with more than 15 years of experience managing supply chain operations and business development for companies such as Apria Healthcare, Penske, and Menlo Worldwide. Prior to joining Weber, he worked at Saddle Creek Logistics as Vice President of Operations where he had full P&L accountability for West Coast operations.
In his new role as Vice President, Transportation Operations, Jerry Critchfield has overall operational and financial responsibility for Weber’s Transportation Division. He previously served as a divisional director at Weber from 2006-2010 before returning to Weber in January 2017. During his career, Critchfield held senior leadership positions with NFI and Schneider Logistics.
Since his return to Weber, Critchfield has been instrumental in the rapid growth of the Transportation division. With his knowledge and expertise, the division has delivered significant improvements in service excellence, safety, and technological innovation.
About Weber Logistics
Weber Logistics is a third-party logistics company that speeds port-to-market distribution by integrating drayage, warehousing, and final delivery to retailers. With 11 high-velocity California warehouses and its own regional truck fleet, Weber has become a leading provider of flexible distribution solutions on the West Coast.