chemlogix names new senior vice presi...

chemlogix names new senior vice president

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Philadelphia, PA

#1 Jul 2, 2012
ChemLogix LLC ( ) announces the promotion of Ed Hildebrandt into the position of Senior Vice President of Business Development. Moving from the role of Senior Vice President Business Operations, Ed’s role within ChemLogix will change from managing the tactical day-to-day operations to a more strategic role in growing the company globally.
In addition to managing ChemLogix’ very successful customer retention process, he will lead global acquisition initiatives and develop new business ventures for the company.

“Ed has been with ChemLogix since our beginning and his contributions have helped make us into the successful company we are today. His contributions will be key in further driving our internal business growth,” notes Steve Hamilton, ChemLogix President and CEO.

Ed possesses more than a two decades of experience in chemical logistics, having previously served in sales and senior operational roles at Chemical Leaman Tank Lines before joining ChemLogix in 2001 as Senior Vice President Business Operations. He also has a background in information technology having worked in sales, marketing and general management for IBM and Digital Equipment.

For more information on ChemLogix LLC, please refer to its web site at .

About ChemLogix LLC
ChemLogix LLC is a leading provider of comprehensive chemical industry transportation management, technology, and supply chain consulting services that enable its clients to improve performance and drive economic value. ChemLogix is dedicated to solving its customers’ most vital logistics challenges by leveraging chemical industry expertise, best-of-breed technology and a personalized, high-touch approach to deliver measurable, sustainable value. For more information, visit or email [email protected]

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