Kenco Announces New Vice Presidents

Brad Liddie, Jason Minghini and Shanon Weber take executive positions with logistics services provider

Chattanooga, Tenn.—March 6, 2012—Kenco, a logistics solutions provider of distribution, public warehousing, transportation services and intelligent information technology, promoted Brad Liddie to Vice President, Operations (Stryker-Medical); Jason Minghini to Vice President, Best Practices; and Shanon Weber, Vice President, Operations (Green Mountain Coffee Roasters).

“We’re fortunate to have a deep resource of experienced, dedicated people at Kenco,” said Andy Smith, Chief Operating Officer. “These three individuals have demonstrated their ability to deliver on our promise to provide uncommon value. We are proud to have them serving our customers.”

Liddie has taken full responsibility for supporting Kenco’s service to Stryker-Medical. He joined Kenco in 2001 as an operations supervisor and most recently, played a key role in support of Stryker’s regional distribution center network rollout. Prior to joining Kenco, Liddie served as a U.S. Marine, including a deployment to Iraq for Operation Enduring Freedom.

Minghini extends his direction and oversight of Kenco’s quality and engineering areas. His efforts helped strengthen the company’s focus on best practices, differentiating Kenco from its competitors. To date, Minghini has successfully replaced silos with an integrated environment of learning and innovation to help facilitate the introduction of a new Kenco Operating System (KOS). He is committed to the continual, incremental rollout of KOS, which is designed to be both prescriptive and cohesive.

Weber is responsible for supporting Kenco’s service to GMCR/Keurig and manages over 1.2 million square feet of warehouse space in four facilities that are primarily for Green Mountain. She joined Kenco in 2002 as general manager in Nashville and has been in the logistics and warehouse sector since 1999.