Kane Is Able Names Richard McDuffie Chief Operating Officer

Third-party logistics provider Kane Is Able, Inc. (KANE — www.kaneisable.com) has named Richard McDuffie Chief Operating Officer, effective immediately. McDuffie will report to KANE President & CEO, Mike Gardner.

McDuffie brings close to thirty years of supply chain expertise spanning the retail, manufacturing, and 3PL industries. He is an accomplished operations and supply chain executive with extensive knowledge in strategic planning, transportation and fleet management, warehouse operations management, supply chain systems integration, and collaborative program development. Prior to joining KANE, McDuffie was the Chief Operating Officer and board member of Dunavant Enterprises, Inc., one of the largest privately held commodity merchants in the world. Additionally, McDuffie held senior logistics roles at AutoZone and Williams-Sonoma, as well as various executive roles at Cardinal Logistics, JB Hunt, and Ryder.

“Richard is an excellent addition to the Kane Is Able team,” said Gardner. “Given his successful and extensive background, Richard will be instrumental in driving our continued operational performance.”

McDuffie received his Bachelor of Business Administration from Mississippi State University. He is a board member of Tankspan Leasing Ltd., a past member and board chair for Bridges USA, and currently serves as board chair for St. Georges Independent School.

About Kane Is Able

Kane Is Able is a third-party logistics provider that helps manufacturers and their retail partners efficiently and effectively distribute goods throughout the United States. KANE’s value-added logistics services include nationwide warehousing and distribution, fulfillment, cross docking and transportation solutions. Our belief in YOUgisticsTM means you have a partner that keeps its promises.

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