DAYTON, Ohio – Dayton Freight Lines, Inc., a chief supplier of local now not precisely truckload (LTL) transportation administrations, declared the advancement of Nate Clem to Service Center Manager for the Fort Wayne Service Center. Following 5 years of dynamic duty inside the Army, and  voyages through obligation in Iraq, Clem went to Wright State University and studied Supply Chain Management. In 2014, earlier than coming into the Company's Management Trainee Program, Clem turned into shrunk as a Dock Worker. In the wake of completing this system, Clem held the state of affairs of Inbound Planner on the Dayton Service Center, and after that Operations Manager on the Fort Wayne workplace in 2015. 

Zane Huston became named Service Center Manager for the Grand Rapids Service Center. Huston moved on from Lake Erie College in 2013 with a Bachelor's Degree in Business Management. Amid college, Huston became a Dock Worker at the Mentor Service Center. After completing Dayton Freight's Management Trainee Program, he changed into extended to City Dispatch at the Cleveland workplace. Huston went in advance to fill in as Service Center Manager for the Flint Service Center in 2014 and the Fort Wayne Service Center in 2017. 

Established in 1981, Dayton Freight is a personal, affiliation loose, now not precisely truckload (LTL) shipment transporter centered in Dayton, Ohio. As of now placed as the kingdom's fourteenth biggest LTL organization, Dayton Freight has fifty four Service Centers in 13 Midwest states served by means of 4,500 workers. Offering 1 or 2 day management to a massive number of city areas, Dayton Freight is thought for its affordable improvement, operational elegance, propelled innovation and an unparalleled enterprise tradition referred to as The Dayton Difference.

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