John Good Logistics announces opening of US office
From left to right: Martha Rojas, Dean Temple, Eric Soto
John Good Logistics, a leader in global logistics, is announcing the opening of its new office in the USA. Strategically located in the New York Metropolitan Area, the New Jersey office will better serve current and new US-based clients, cementing its position as an important player in the growing and dynamic international logistics market.
With John Good Logistics’ professional team located in this region, US customers will have full advantage of the company’s specialised expertise and decades of combined freight forwarding experience for a variety of industries, as well as the opportunities provided by its global network. Services will include General Cargo, Project Forwarding, and specialised moves by land, sea, and air freight.
Alan Platt, chairman of John Good Logistics, said: “I am excited to announce the opening of our North America office. I am even more excited with the team that has joined the John Good Logistics family to lead this exciting new venture. I am certain that it will grow and contribute to the seamless delivery of high-quality specialist forwarding services to our international customers, such as our specialist expertise in logistics for the packaging industry.”
John Good Logistics, Inc will be led by industry veteran, Dean Temple, president, who reunites with Martha Rojas, executive vice president, Sales, USA and Ray Nash, director of Projects at John Good Logistics, UK. This partnership has been providing specialised logistics services to the can making, packaging and beverage industries for over 30 years. Joining this team is Eric Soto, vice president, reinforcing the team’s wealth of knowledge and industry experience.
Dean Temple commented: “I am thrilled to join the John Good family and to have been entrusted with establishing their US operations. I was impressed with the commitment to embrace the digitalization of our industry and their unwavering strategic vision to expand in the US, despite the current climate.”
The opening of the New Jersey office represents another critical step in the company’s growth following expansion in the UK, Europe, and Turkey.