|By Business Wire||
|May 7, 2014 10:01 AM EDT||
Celtic International today announced that Michelle Box has joined the company as national accounts representative. Box will be responsible for developing the company’s business throughout North America, and will report to Vice President Mark Hyland.
Prior to joining Celtic, Box served as vice president of national accounts for Pacer Transportation Solutions, where she was responsible for identifying and developing new customer relationships. Previously, she served as intermodal product specialist and west region sales for Werner Enterprises and strategic client manager for Schneider National, Inc.
“We are thrilled to have Box join Celtic as a national accounts representative,” said Hyland. “She brings a successful track record of developing and retaining accounts in a highly competitive marketplace, and Celtic will benefit from her deep expertise and experience in intermodal transportation.”
With over two decades of experience in intermodal and over the road transportation, Box brings a wide range of expertise, including intermodal pricing, U.S. and Mexico intermodal and over the road freight movements, and identifying market trends and industry changes.
About Celtic International
Celtic International is an industry leader in equipment management, systems and customer service. As one of North America’s largest Intermodal companies, Celtic provides the perfect balance between operations and pricing for customers of all types and sizes. Celtic provides highway brokerage services throughout the United States, Canada and Mexico; and it produces creative and innovative customer driven solutions with competitive advantages. Celtic’s attention to detail and award winning execution has been the foundation of their success. The company has been recognized by many customers as transportation provider of the year and a strategic transportation partner.
Please visit www.celticintl.com to learn more about Celtic International.
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