9/23/2011 10:00:00 AM
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Was Executive With Companyâ€™s Logistics Unit
Con-way Inc. late Thursday named Greg Lehmkuhl president of Con-way Freight, its less-than-truckload and largest business unit.
Con-way Inc. CEO Douglas Stotlar had served as interim president of Con-way Freight since August 2010.
â€œGreg Lehmkuhlâ€™s team-building experience and management skills have been instrumental in returning operating stability and profitability to Con-way Freight,â€� Stotlar said in a statement.
Lehmkuhl, 38, also was named an executive vice president of parent company Con-way Inc.
Previously Con-way Freightâ€™s executive vice president of operations, Lehmkuhl joined Con-way Freight in August 2008 from Con-way Inc. sister company Menlo Worldwide Logistics, where he was vice president of Menloâ€™s automotive group.
â€œWe have made great strides putting Con-way Freight back on track and I look forward to sustaining and accelerating the process gained under [Stotlarâ€™s] leadership,â€� Lehmkuhl said in a statement.
Con-way Inc. is ranked No. 3 on the Transport Topics 100 listing of U.S. and Canadian for-hire carriers.
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