MTC Logistics
MTC Logistics recently named Andrew Janson, left, president, replacing Brooks Royster, right, who will remain with the company as vice president of international supply chain solutions.

MTC Logistics names Janson new president

MTC Logistics recently promoted Andrew B. Janson, who joined the company as chief operating officer last year, to the role of president.

“I want to extend our congratulations to Andy Janson on his promotion to president,” said Harry D. Halpert, chairman of the board at MTC Logistics. “His operational experience, customer centric approach and positive leadership style exemplify the company’s ‘Warm Service, Delivered Cold’ spirit. Secondly, I would like to thank Brooks Royster for his dedication and service to MTC Logistics and his years of service as president.

“We are thrilled Brooks will remain with MTC Logistics in charge of international supply chain solutions.”

As president, Janson, who has served in senior leadership roles throughout his 23 years in the temperature-controlled supply chain industry, will be responsible for providing strategic leadership for the company as it expands its presence to serve its customers’ logistics needs.

“In his time as COO, Andy led the team through ‘Vision and Values’ exercises, which will serve the company well as we open our newest international distribution center in Mobile AL and expand our transportation offerings,” Halpert said.

Janson said he’s “excited and humbled” to serve MTC’s customers, associates and shareholders.

“I am fortunate to inherit a solid foundation from Brooks and I look forward to working to advance a culture where every teammate is appreciated and has the opportunity to add value every day.” Janson said. “I look forward to working with Brooks in his new role as vice president of international supply chain solutions, where he will continue to be a key resource for our new international distribution center coming online in 2020.”

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