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Con-way Inc. Names Joseph M. Dagnese President of Con-way Truckload

Mr. Dagnese to Succeed Saul Gonzalez as President of full-truckload subsidiary; Mr. Gonzalez to remain with the Company in executive staff role

ANN ARBOR, Mich., Feb. 10, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Con-way Inc. (NYSE:CNW) announced today that Joseph M. Dagnese has been named President of Con-way Truckload, the company's full truckload subsidiary, succeeding Saul Gonzalez.

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Mr. Dagnese, a 31-year veteran of the transportation industry, joins Con-way Truckload from Menlo Worldwide Logistics, Con-way's global logistics and supply chain management unit, where he most recently served as vice president – International.  He will be based at Con-way Truckload's headquarters in Joplin, Mo.

"Joe Dagnese is a respected transportation and logistics executive who has made significant contributions in leadership roles throughout his career," said Douglas W. Stotlar, Con-way's president and CEO. "We are pleased to have him assume this new role and I'm confident his leadership skills and lean operations expertise will be a key asset to Con-way Truckload's future growth and success."

Stotlar noted that Mr. Gonzalez, a 22-year veteran of the company, will remain with Con-way Truckload in an executive staff role. "I want to thank Saul for his stewardship of Con-way Truckload during this transitional time in the company's history," said Stotlar. "We are fortunate to continue to have Saul's experience and insight as a resource for the organization."

Mr. Dagnese has led Menlo's International operations since September 2013 and also was responsible for company-wide deployment of Menlo's Global Lean Strategy. Prior to that, since September 2008 he directed Menlo's Automotive & Government Services Group, which provides a full range of logistics and transportation management activities for Tier 1 and 2 OEM's and suppliers in the United States and internationally.

From 2005 to 2008, Mr. Dagnese served as vice president of Menlo's Consumer, Retail & Industrial Group. In this role, he oversaw the development and deployment of strategic solutions to improve customers' supply chain reliability, responsiveness and effectiveness. He joined Menlo in 1995 as director of transportation and in 1999 became vice president of operations.

Before joining Menlo, Mr. Dagnese spent 14 years with The Procter & Gamble Company in a variety of transportation, logistics and customer service positions, including manager, North American transportation operations.

He is a graduate of Indiana University where he earned a bachelor's degree in business and transportation.

About Con-way Inc. -- Con-way Inc. (NYSE:CNW) is a $5.5 billion freight transportation and logistics services company headquartered in Ann Arbor, Mich. Con-way delivers industry-leading services through its primary operating companies of Con-way Freight, Con-way Truckload and Menlo Worldwide Logistics. These operating units provide high-performance, day-definite less-than-truckload (LTL), full truckload and multimodal freight transportation, as well as logistics, warehousing and supply chain management services. Con-way also operates a trailer refurbishing and manufacturing company which supplies trailing equipment to the company's trucking fleets. Con-way Inc. and its subsidiaries operate from more than 500 locations across North America and in 20 countries. For more information about Con-way, visit www.con-way.com.

SOURCE Con-way Inc.

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