Trinity Logistics, a third-party logistics (3PL) company headquartered in Seaford, Del., has announced the promotions of three top Team Members: Amy Proctor, Greg Massey and Hayley Dobson. Amy Proctor has accepted the role of Vice President of Design Solutions, formerly held by Sarah Ruffcorn, Trinity Logistics’ current Chief Operations Officer. Prior to this position, Proctor served as an integral part of the Trinity Team for 14 years, most recently as Executive Director of Design Solutions. “We are excited for Amy to lead our Managed Services and Advanced Services Teams as the VP of Design Solutions. Amy will lead the efforts of our Customer Technology initiatives as well as our Warehouse, Intermodal, Drayage, and Expedited modes,” said Sarah Ruffcorn, COO. After serving four years as the Director of Agent Services, Greg Massey was promoted to Vice President of Trinity Logistics’ Agent Division. Billy Banning, President of Trinity Logistics, formerly held this role in the Agent Division and worked closely with Massey. “During Greg’s time with this team, he has been an integral part of the growth and success of the Agent group,” said Billy Banning, President of Trinity Logistics. “Greg has an incredible work ethic, high attention to detail, and a strong commitment to coaching and development. I look forward to watching the Trinity Agent Team continue to grow and prosper under his leadership.” After 15 years with the Delaware Operations and Sales Teams, Hayley Dobson has been promoted to Vice President of Team Operations joining Trinity’s Executive Leadership Team. In her new role, Dobson will provide direct oversight to the Human Resources, Team Services, Talent Acquisition, and Education. “This opportunity gives the future leaders in our Delaware Operations Team an opportunity for their next step up, and for all of Team Trinity, it will allow Hayley to make a larger impact,” said Jeff Banning, CEO of Trinity Logistics. “We look forward to the insight and direction Amy, Greg and Hayley will provide in their new roles.”
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