Hanson Logistics Board of Directors has elected Andrew B. Janson, the company’s current President, to succeed Gregory Hanson as CEO. These changes are effective immediately.
Gregory P. Hanson, Hanson Logistics CEO since 2003, will continue to serve on the Board of Directors.
On behalf of the Hanson Logistics Board of Directors, we are very pleased to appoint Andy as our next CEO, the 4th in our 60 year history,” said Merlin Hanson, Chairman. “Andy has a deep understanding of our business and has led our operations, delivering strong results at Hanson Logistics.
“As a company, we have achieved significant milestones during this time through the great teamwork of our Hanson Logistics people throughout our organization. Looking to the future, I believe we have more opportunities than ever before in our history. I know Andy, and our Hanson Logistics leadership team, will continue to achieve success for our company.”
Janson joined Hanson Logistics in 2004 and was named President in 2009. Prior to this position he served as Vice President of Business Development and Vice President of Logistics.
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