Elkridge, Md.—April 18, 2013—Freight forwarder ICAT Logistics Inc. (ICAT) appointed Ann Bruno as Vice President of International Operations. In her new role, she will be responsible for a number of priorities in continuing to grow ICAT’s presence in key international markets including Europe; Asia; and South America.
“We are thrilled to welcome Ann Bruno to ICAT as our new Vice President of International Operations,” said Rick Campbell, President and Chief Executive Officer, ICAT Logistics Inc. “Her success, expertise and entrepreneurial approach to leadership and growth make her an ideal fit for our team. She is also a dynamic force to propel our global expansion and growth efforts forward in the future.”
Bruno will be focused on:
- Expanding the company’s client base
- Increasing the breadth of its expertise in compliance and regulatory issues
- Maximizing its existing agency memberships and global relationships
- Coordinating international efforts amongst ICAT’s various stations to enhance and streamline training and support activities
Bruno brings more than 25 years of expertise in global commerce and international transportation management to the position, with specialized knowledge in the areas of transportation and international government regulatory compliance. These areas are critical components to the achievement of ICAT’s current goals to expand its international footprint going forward.
“I am excited to join the award-winning ICAT team, said Bruno. “I have long been aware of ICAT’s services and success and I look forward to bringing my long track record of international expertise, contacts and knowledge of compliance issues to help the company reach new heights in expanding its global footprint and enhancing its current service offerings.”
Prior to joining ICAT, Bruno held several leadership positions with TBB; and founded Olimpex International (which she sold to TBB in 2004). A Georgetown University graduate, she also spent several years living overseas; and worked for a number of global trade enterprises, including American Export Group and Horizon Trading.