Redwood Logistics Launches Redwood Mexico, Boosts Cross-Border Activities

by Jake Tully - Published: 8/06/2018

Earlier this month, Chicago-based logistics provider Redwood Logistics announced its launch of Redwood Mexico, a new service from the company offering supply chain solutions for cross-border services.

According to Redwood Logistics, in creating the new division, the company aims to provide a service that makes cross-border shipping less complicated as well as providing a service that utilizes effective technologies to open up cross-border deliveries.

"We are excited to expand our business further into the cross-border logistics space through the launch of Redwood Mexico,” said Mark Yeager, CEO of Redwood Logistics. “Though we have operated in this market for years, adding dedicated resources and market expertise will drive even greater value for our customers. This is another step towards our goal of becoming the gold standard of full service third-party logistics providers."

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The company reports that it has appointed new leaders for sales and operations in order to support the new division with individuals who have experience in cross-border relations.

According to Redwood, the position of President of Redwood Mexico will be assumed by Troy Ryley while Mike Finn will serve as Senior Vice President of sales alongside Jordan Dewart as Managing Director.

"With Troy Ryley, Mike Finn, and Jordan Dewart at the helm, Redwood Mexico has the expertise to make an immediate impact in this rapidly growing market – while simplifying the cross-border shipping experience for our customers," said Todd Berger, President of Redwood Logistics.

More information on Redwood Logistics may be found at the company’s site.