Covenant Transportation Group Inc. is realigning its senior supervisory group at its Chattanooga, Tenn., central command three years subsequent to making its greatest buy in the organization’s 35-year history.
Covenant declared April 8 that Joey Hogan will be president and Paul Bunn has been elevated to senior leader VP and head working official. John Tweed, the previous head of Landair shipping organization in Greeneville, Tenn., which Covenant procured in 2018, is venturing down as co-leader of Covenant to progress to a counseling job by this mid year.
In light of the fruitful execution of our essential arrangement during 2020 and the pace of progress in 2021, we are speeding up the arranged advancement of our supervisory group, said David Parker, who stays as director and CEO of Covenant. We have incredible trust in the up and coming age of pioneers, and it is the ideal opportunity for them to improve their commitment.
Parker, the 63-year-old originator of Covenant, said he is making an Office of the CEO that will incorporate himself alongside Hogan and Bunn.
Bunn, who has been with the organization for a very long time, will accept day by day accountability for all activities, deals and operational improvement of Covenant. Parker commended Bunn’s monetary and managerial administration in the change following the $83 million acquisition of Landair by Covenant almost three years prior.
Parker said Hogan will keep zeroing in coaching Covenant’s authority group while heading the monetary and regulatory side of the organization. During his very nearly 24 years at Covenant, Joey has driven where required and has gathered a lot of involvement with numerous spaces, Parker said.
Tweed, who was president and CEO of Landair and became co-leader of Covenant after the organizations combined, will progress to a present moment counseling job, compelling July 3. He will keep on zeroing in on improving heritage devoted agreements and extending the warehousing fragment.
I like the full help of Joey, John, Paul and our board in working with this change and planning Covenant for the following stage in creating supported greatness, Parker said.
Covenant Transportation Group offers an arrangement of transportation and coordinations administrations all through the United States. It positions No. 43 on the Transport Topics Top 100 rundown of the biggest available transporters in North America.
Covenant intends to report its first-quarter results April 26.