MetroGistics Appoints Director of Strategic Accounts

Adam Laura has been named as MetroGistic's director of strategic accounts.
Adam Laura has been named as MetroGistic's director of strategic accounts.

MetroGistics, a full-service vehicle transportation company, has announced the hiring of Adam Laura as director of strategic accounts.

In this role, Laura will be responsible for maintaining relationships with key customer accounts as well as developing and growing MetroGistics’ customer portfolio, says the company.

Prior to MetroGistics, Laura served as a manager of business development at ShipCarsNow, a subsidiary of Union Pacific, and worked with Insight Network Logistics and TNT Logistics. He has held leadership positions in network analysis, operations, procurement, account management and business development.

“Having Adam onboard to help develop and grow our strategic account portfolio will be a great addition to our sales team,” said Scott Naz, managing partner, business development at MetroGistics. “His expertise and experience within the marketplace, combined with our industry-leading logistics and technology platforms, will be a perfect fit in helping MetroGistics reach new heights.”

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